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High Speed Gear – New Belt Mounted Pouches


SWANSBORO, North Carolina – Aug. 17, 2015 – High Speed Gear has a history of producing some of the most versatile tactical pouches and platforms in the industry. A proven performer, HSGI continues to show tremendous popularity in the law enforcement and military markets worldwide. Our lengthy list of top tier operators includes U.S. and allied special forces, state and local tactical units, and hundreds of federal agencies.

In keeping with that standard, High Speed Gear is proud to release three new belt-mounted pouches! Complete your tactical belt setup today by adding our Soft TACO, Mag-Net Dump Pouch or general-purpose Pogey Pouch. As with the rest of our belt-mounted line, each of these pouches is compatible with belts from 1”-2” wide. The Velcro One-Wrap minimizes the need for belt keepers by covering loop Velcro with more loop Velcro. If you run a belt rig and need an alternate means to carry your 32oz water bottle, a magazine dump pouch that won’t retain sand or water, or an admin pouch for a variety of items, High Speed Gear has you covered. The belt-mounted Soft TACO, Mag-Net Dump Pouch and Pogey Pouch are all available now. Made 100% in the USA, Battle Proven Tactical Nylon Gear.

For more information, visit www.highspeedgear.com.


5 Responses to “High Speed Gear – New Belt Mounted Pouches”

  1. mike says:

    super legit! I’ve been using the belt-mounted pistol taco for a while with my daily carry. I run it on my belt and in my pocket about evenly and in both places it holds the mag really well, releases really well, and keeps pocket junk out of contact with my magazine.

  2. Bill says:

    Wonderful. Now between this and some of the new BFG stuff I have to replace a zillion pouches.

  3. Thank you for the kind words Bill and Mike!

  4. Jon, OPT says:

    Awesome, love the way the new product line is shaping up; my triple pistols are replacing 3 singles and First Spear adapters, more savings, better durability.

    Jon, OPT

  5. Chris U'5 says:

    Lots of non ‘Tactical’ uses as well I would say, very cool.