ITS Tactical Tallboy ETA Trauma Kit Pouch
The ITS Tactical Tallboy ETA Trauma Kit Pouch was born out of the necessity in developing both a pouch that could hold the Vacuum Sealed Tallboy ETA Trauma Kit, as well as the contents of the kit if the end user needs to break the seal, or wants faster access to individual components.
ITS worked closely with Haley Strategic and Zulu Nylon Gear to revamp their Fatboy Trauma Kit Pouch to accommodate a taller kit that takes up no more real estate than a double mag pouch does. Utilizing just two columns of PALS Webbing if mounted vertically, this Tallboy ETA Trauma Kit Pouch can also mount horizontally for a multitude of options, including being secured to the rear of a battle belt or a standard belt with a quick configuration of the short MALICE Clips (see photo).
With a simple pull on the handle, the pouch quickly filets open to provide immediate access to your medical components without delay. The small 1″ section of red Velcro One-Wrap affixed to the handle can be removed for a lower profile.
The main rear-most pocket provides space large enough to fit the Vacuum Sealed Tallboy ETA Trauma Kit or a complement of other medical items. The two rear wing pockets are large enough to store Decompression Needles and NPAs, or other Airway devices. The flap panel design comes from the ITS Med Insert that's included with their Discreet Messenger Bags and allows you to custom configure the shock cord loops to hold whatever you need it to.
The pouch can also be quickly secured by simply pulling back up on the handle and affixing the velcro. Trauma shears can be tucked behind the PALS/MOLLE mounting at the rear of the pouch or attached to the single channel of PALS/MOLLE that run on either side of the exterior of the wings. This channel can also be used to secure a tourniquet, tourniquet pouch, or rescue hook pouches.
Warranty: In the unlikely event that a ETA Trauma Kit Pouch should fail due to poor craftsmanship or other defect, they will repair or replace as necessary free of charge!
- Lightweight 500d Cordura Construction with 420d Pack Cloth Interior
- Mil-Spec 550 Type III Paracord Zipper Pulls
- Color-Matched Velcro and Webbing
- All Edges Feature Binding Tape for Quality Construction
- Exterior Single Side Channels of PALS/MOLLE for Mounting Tourniquets, Tourniquet Pouches, Shear Pouches, or Rescue Hook Pouches
- 1″ Color-Matched Webbing Pull Handle w/ Removable 1″ Red Velcro One-Wrap to denote Medical Supplies
- Reverse Zippers to Keep the Dirt and Grunge Out
- Exterior Loop Velcro Field for Medical, Blood Type or Unit Identifier Patches (4″ Tall x 2.5″ Wide)
- User Replaceable Shock Cord and ITW Nexus CordLoc
- Weight: 5 oz.
- Measurements: 9″ Tall x 3.5″ Wide x 2.5″ Deep
- Includes (1) ITS Med PVC Patch
Made in the USA (Berry Amendment Compliant)
If you’re looking for a pouch to mount on your plate carrier beside two mags look no further. I needed one for just that, it works perfect! Plenty of pockets for various first aid supplies and the pull cord inside the pouch is super customizable!
If you’re looking for a med pouch to mount on the front of your plate carrier beside two mags, look no further! That’s why I bought the Tallboy, and it’s perfect, plenty of room for storage and the rip open feature is awesome!
This is a great blow out kit / bag. When kitting this bag out though you need to make sure you can fit it up and itll close, find what you think is essential and pack that thing out. Some things kind of make the zippers bind up so clearing the path way would help out greatly and just test deploying the bag helps a lot when making sure the actual time you need it and someone tips it open their not fumbling around to open the bag in a pinch. If I was to replace some things I'd get a new medical patch, the one provided was cheaply done and stitched together... the pull tabs on the zippers I'd definitely change those out for the geissele pull tabs you can get on their site. That's a personal pet peeve I'd say and it doesn't bother you, well more power to ya people! I mounted them horizontally and it fits good and when sitting down on a battle belt you can feel it but it's more like lumbar support than a nuance. I added some bungie that I had lying around to the top and slid a TQ through
Holds everything thing you need and it’s small and out of the way.
I wanted to make a trauma kit to keep in my vehicle. The TallBoy is a good size - will fit under seats or behind seats. I packed with some QuikClot gauze/sponges and the misc bandages. It holds enough to effectively bandage about 2-3 different wounds. Depends what you try to put inside.
Great product, handles all my IFAK contents with some room to spare with less real estate on my kit.. option to drop down to the 1st line with included MALICE clips; although, I can never figure out how those f@ckers get put on correctly the first time. Great response and fast shipping to APOs, as usual! Holiday pricings didn't hurt either. Cheers and Merry Christmas SKD!
If you run a battle belt this is the best option for an IFAC. ItÕs behind you and out of the way. Makes your profile slimer when moving in and out of buildings and rooms. Plus easy to get to with the rip cord.
This is hands down the best IFAK pouch on the market. It is great because it is easy to organize every piece of medical equipment so you can grab exactly what you need when you need it. No need to shuffle through tons of different peices spilling them all over the ground getting them dirty. The standard issue IFAKs we get issued in the Marines make you pull everything out if what you need is at the bottom of your pouch. This one can be splayed open and you can access your easily organized dressings etc. I highly recommend getting the actual ETA tallboy med kit from ITS tactical to put in it but you can also use the contents of your issued kit if you have one. One final thought. You can also use quick detack Molle sticks to make the pouch easily romoved from your plate carrier or web belt if you need to give it to some one or have someone take it off you in an emergency.
The pull-down handle makes the kit easy to open up. The elastic cord allows for any kind of configuration possible in the kit - it can hold big or small things from gloves to Israeli bandage. The side pockets are great for holding small things like an NPA & lube. The main pocket is best used for big items like chest seal, hemostatic granules, combat gauze, and a tourniquet.