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SHOT Show Means New Belt Pouches from Blue Force Gear

Blue Force Gear sent us this release to give you a glimpse of some of the new products they will be unveiling at SHOT Show.


When we set out to design the perfect low profile belt pouch line for our elite military and law enforcement customers, we immediately turned to our combat proven Helium Whisper and Ten-Speed products for inspiration. With nearly a decade of daily combat use, the Ten-Speed line especially has established itself as the industry standard in ultra-lightweight, lightning fast magazine pouches. Using state of the art materials like ULTRAcomp laminate and Ten-Speed elastic, these new belt pouches are perfectly suited for use on a dress belt for undercover work or on a riggers belt or other duty belt for overt roles on the streets or down range.

Included in the initial pouch suite launch are the following; Single M4 High Mount, Single M4 Low Mount, Single Pistol, Double Pistol, Hand Cuff, Collapsible Baton, OC Spray, and Micro Trauma Kit. This comprehensive line promises to address the needs of those that want a durable, low-profile load carriage system, but not in a MOLLE compatible format.

We are accepting dealer orders now and they will be available direct from our website in early February. Be sure to come by and check them out in person while at SHOT Show in Booth #31209.

High Rise M4 Belt Pouch

Low Rise M4 Belt Pouch

Low Rise Pistol Belt Pouch

Cuff Belt Pouch



9 Responses to “SHOT Show Means New Belt Pouches from Blue Force Gear”

  1. Lt M says:

    Waiting for the Micro Trauma Kit, ally AND practical!

    • Stephen says:

      The Micro Trauma Kit NOW! will be compatible with the CLEER Medical MBOK contents and it will be on display at SHOT Show.

  2. mike says:

    I was keeping my fingers crossed for a rifle/pistol tenspeed/hypalon monster of some sort, but the belt attachment does mean that they might work out on the PLATEminus side straps.

    Good job getting the minimal pouches even more minimal; I can see these doing well for the average MIL/LE customer I talk to.

    • Ju Con says:

      I’m totally with you, mike – a low vis oriented, scalable load, and shaped-for-the-hip setup; for running multiple M4 and pistol mags would be pretty excellent. I think that BFG has enough advantages in the materials game to make it happen.

  3. LCSO264 says:

    When will these be available, I mean the belt mount version, as opposed to the current Molle mount versions