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Sneak Peek – MATBOCK Jungle LIFT

I stopped by MATBOCK yesterday and they showed me this new J LIFT. Designed at the request of a South American military, this litter weighs 1.5 lbs and won’t absorb water.


17 Responses to “Sneak Peek – MATBOCK Jungle LIFT”

  1. PLiner says:

    Always with the toes in the photos. If only we had easy and fast software on our computers and phones that would allow us to edit photos.

    The litter looks a bit longer than needed, especially for South American troops, unless they plan on getting 2ea on that at one time. The handle loops also look rather small, but that may just be the picture.Other than that, it looks like a good piece of gear

  2. Philip says:

    Prior to reading the caption, I thought this was a new kind of hammock.

    Looks like a very interesting item.

  3. Lasse says:

    Actually the toes give it some scale.. Their website lists the full size anyway, 26×78″. Also how dare you put it on the floor?

    Loop handles are probably small cause of it’s intended use with their combat poles.

    And it can double as a hammock, as stated on their website.

    • MATBOCK_CEO says:

      Hammock – Yes
      Handles – They will also accept your hands, to carry the weight on your wrist.

      SSD was trying to show up my pedicure.

  4. RobCollins says:

    Who cares about toes.

    My thought is this could redefine how folks attach stuff to stuff. The weight & cost of sewing PALS matrices could just go away, with the flexibility of spinning it 90 degrees without an adapter. As a backpacker, I think chunks of this stamped material could BE the pack material. Throw a quarter in, it would drain too. Want waterproof? Throw in a dry bag or drum liner. Cool stuff, leverage it, Matbock!!

    But, only if you can see past your toes….

  5. Thanks for working on this project guys!

  6. Eddie says:

    Cool beans, I am guessing the Colombians asked for this based on current operations. Definitely something the majority of SA-SOF would use though. Good work.

  7. Johnny says:

    Where can my team order this?