ATS Medical Pouch- Small

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ATS Medical Pouch- Small

The ATS Medical Pouch-Small is an advanced design that exceeds the current standard for individual first aid kits. When seconds count, standard trauma equipment can be difficult to access because most pouches stays attached to the vest or pack of the casualty. The most revolutionary feature of our Medical Pouch Small is that it can be instantly removed from its MOLLE compatible backing platform and then used independently as the situation dictates. This means that you don't have to roll the casualty around in the dirt or dump the contents of the pouch out to go to work on him. The difference could be life itself!

The pouch is arranged as a "clam-shell" zippered design with elastic webbing on the interior in order to organize the trauma supplies in a consistent fashion. There's also has an interior slot pocket for smaller items. The ATS Medical Pouch Small will fit everything in the issue IFAK and more.

The pouch features a red pull/carry handle to help designate the contents within as life saving equipment. The handle can be completely stowed between the pouch and the MOLLE backing panel when its not in use.

It's features are rounded out by a cord loop for tie-downs and a drainage grommet. It can be attached to any MOLLE compatible system using our patent-pending L-Strap attachment system. The pouch measures about 7 inches tall, 4½ inches wide and expands to about 5 inches deep, depending on how much is packed in it. It uses 3 channels and 6 rows of MOLLE space. The Medical Pouch Small weighs about 9 ounces empty, due to its 500 denier Cordura construction.

As with the rest of the ATS Tactical Gear line, the World's Greatest Medical Pouch is made entirely in the USA of the highest quality components and is backed by a lifetime guarantee against defects in materials and workmanship.


  • 5
    Excellent pouch

    Posted by Edward Twiford on 29th Mar 2018

    Just the right size!

  • 5

    Posted by Hill on 11th May 2017

    Fits basics for what I need until we pass onto definitive medical care. So far my favorite design too, being able to tear the whole damn pouch off makes all the difference to me.

  • 5
    Best IFAC pouch

    Posted by Unknown on 11th Jan 2017

    I have bought several different kinds of IFAC and Medic pouch's and I keep coming back to these. I've slapped them on all my rigs as well and packs. They keep the items tight together and are very easy to deploy. The items I carry: CAT turnoquet 6inch issrali bandage with 2nd mobel pad Two rolls of guaze Roll of quick clot guaze Halo chest seal Two pairs of nitrate gloves And there is enough room for more items if needed. This is a great product and SKDs service has always been great.

  • 4
    ATS med pouches

    Posted by Dana J on 21st Dec 2016

    Just what I was looking for well built products

  • 5
    Medical pouch

    Posted by Someone who uses gear on 22nd Jul 2016

    I have it on my war belt. I needed a IFAK that could easily be removed, for use in other bags. This system works great. The size is manageable too. Great quality and price. Highly recommended piece of gear.

  • 5
    Good to Go

    Posted by Unknown on 16th Nov 2015

    Take this thing everywhere I go. From work to the range. Compact and very portable.

  • 5
    This is how all IFAKS should be

    Posted by Raymond Roddy on 8th Oct 2015

    Great concept and excellent execution. Sturdy mounting platform. Might consider offering an additional larger size an option. Very good kit.

  • 5
    ATS Medical Pouch- Small

    Posted by TH John LAW on 8th Oct 2015

    It's small size but I found it sufficient and ample enough for me to put my tools in. It's very a very practical medical pouch, easily detachable and fit to the side of my vest. Very "good" item!!!

  • 5
    Replacement for my HSGI Bok

    Posted by Robert Richardson on 3rd Apr 2015

    I went with the ATS med pouch after taking a TCCC class. It's a better fit for Halo chest seals, decomp needles and NPA hose, in addition to the standard combat gauze/compression bandage. The HSGI worked ok but it turned out to be a real bastard trying to get everything I needed to fit.