This pouch is made with durable 1000d Cordura, in three colours: olive drab, tan desert, black.
It has webbing all around the main compartment and on the front pocket for any personal configuration.
You can carry it in several ways: via shoulder (there are two d-ring for shoulder strap), belt, modular webbing and obviously inside your backpack!
This pouch is large enough to fit a 32 oz bottle (Nalgene, Guyot Design, Tatonka), but it’s not only designed to carry a bottle, if you search on the web you could find several samples of it’s configuration like this.
After some googling I decide to build this simple drinking and cooking kit, it’s only a possibility, but for me is very functional especially for a short hike.
Here the list.
Inside the main compartment:
- 32 ounce Nalgene water bottle with wide mouth – I like its transparency, to see water quality, when i found it from ‘unconventional’ site.
- Tatonka stainless steel handle mug for European area/ GSI for American area – i’ve find that this two brands produce the same model in these different areas.
- A Stainless steel spoon from my kitchen – an essential eating tool!
Inside the front pocket:
- Diy aluminium windscreen – i’ve made this object removing the base of an alumium drip pan.
- Teabags and in the same resealable bag you could also carry water purification tablets.
- A Bic lighter, and a vintage Esbit folding stove (inside the fuel tablets) – This is one of the smallest and cheapest solid fuel stoves for backpacking.
- Victorinox swiss army folding knife (mine an old Camper) – this multitool is a versatile instrument in the great outdoor.
I hope you have find this useful for your hikes. Enjoy!