Blue Force Belt Pouches–SHOT Show 2015

A full load out can be carried much closer to the body, and with hardly any extra bulk.

A full load out can be carried much closer to the body, and with hardly any extra bulk.

New from Blue Force Gear for 2015 is their belt pouch line of duty accessories. Created out of necessity, these pouches are designed to be low profile, and unobtrusive when not in use. Designed for elite military and law enforcement, the pouches are built to the highest standards, and intended for everyday use.

The key appeal here is concealed carry. They make carrying and concealing your load-out easier, yet have minimal bulk and even less weight.

Crafted from the 10-speed line of gear, these pouches follow the same form and function but allow their user to choose their orientation and position on a belt. They mount vertically or horizontally, which means you can tuck them away even more. Even the AR mag pouches hold tightly enough that you can wear them side-ways.

The pouches are available in high rise and low rises. With the elastic, it gives the user comfort and convenience whether they spend most of their time seated or actively traversing. They are available in M4 pouches, single and double pistol magazine pouches, handcuff pouches, CS spray pouches, and baton pouches.

The body of the pouches is military grade elastic. The rest is ULTRAcomp.

The body of the pouches is military grade elastic. The rest is ULTRAcomp.

The pouches are constructed of mil grade elastic and ULTRAcomp. This gives the pouches great gear retention while still making extraction easy as garb and pull. When the pouches are empty they snap flat to the belt, when the pouches are in use they form to the gear inserted and pull the gear toward the user’s body.

The pouches are available in Black, Grey, Coyote Brown, OD Green, and Multicam colors which allows the pouches to blend in to every day carry clothing, as well as any camouflage you may be wearing in the field.

The Blue Force pouches come in grey and will be available in FDE.

The Blue Force pouches come in grey and will be available in FDE.

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With these on your hip, mags can easily be hidden beneath the tail of a coat.

With these on your hip, mags can easily be hidden beneath the tail of a coat.

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This Blue Force Gear with a Cleer Medical Blow Out Kit.

This Blue Force Gear with a Cleer Medical Blow Out Kit.

Mutli-tool, baton, light, etc.

Mutli-tool, baton, light, etc.

Blue Force is even getting into more packs and bags.

Blue Force is even getting into more packs and bags.

The full line-up in grey.

The full line-up in grey.

An admin pouch.

An admin pouch.

Dappers. These Velcro inserts allow you to design the inside of a bag to your own needs.

Dappers. These Velcro inserts allow you to design the inside of a bag to your own needs.

 

{ 5 comments… add one }
  • CJ Sixer January 24, 2015, 10:02 pm

    Seriously, all that crap on a belt, concealed?
    Traveling that heavy, get a vest ir jacket.
    Im missing something here…

  • rahliE January 23, 2015, 11:22 am

    A dump pouch that you can carry concealed.. Just what everyone needs!!! BFG makes some phenomenal products, but outside the med kit I think these are a total flop.. There’s better products on the market to fit this bill.. On the other hand, that backpack looks like sex!

  • Mike January 23, 2015, 11:17 am

    Sheesh guys – stop using all that sense. You’re messing with my tacti-cool vibe! 😉

  • Pete January 23, 2015, 10:51 am

    If you live in an area where you need to carry all that concealed, you should move. Quick. If you are already LEO or military, you do not need to carry all that concealed.

  • Evan January 23, 2015, 9:49 am

    That elastic crap wears out really quick under field conditions. I suspect these pouches are good for the first 15 minutes of a deployment, and then only usable if you want to drop all your gear.

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