Skinth Trail Blazer EDC Pouch

May 31, 2016

Category: Gear

If you are the kind of person who packs on the heavier side everyday, you know it can be hard to find simple and well organized carrying solutions. Skinth’s Trail Blazer is one of the few carriers on the market that can help you truly simplify your utility belt.

Originally designed for storing small survival and fire starting kits, this pack constructed from 1000D Cordura, V70 nylon thread and SRB buckles has evolved to meet the needs of anyone from law enforcement to backpackers. The team at Skinth managed to fit five pockets in the compact three by four inch long organizer. With the main pocket large enough to fit a can of Altoids or your standard smartphone, you can find a wide array of configurations to best meet your needs. People also have the option of upgrading and customizing the Trail Blazer by adding MOLLE attachment webbing, horizontal straps, and a stainless steel belt clip. Prices start at $70. [Purchase]

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