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MATBOCK Monday || Backdraft Medical

Developed in coordination with some of the leading medics and combat first responders, the MATBOCK Backdraft is for small teams with relatively quick access to higher levels of care. 

The unit mounts on the back of the plate carrier via MOLLE and is split into 2 separate removable pouches that are held in place via Velcro.

The unit was designed to split medical equipment between bleeding and airway and is run in this setup by different units.

The bottom of each pouch is attached to an adjustable lanyard that connects to the side panel of the plate carrier. When the operator requires the contents of one of the pouches, he or she simply pulls the lanyard, releasing that pouch.

The pack does not come equipped with any medical supplies as this time and is not limited to medical purposes only, but was initially designed for the medic. The back panel of the unit and the pouches is Tegris to give them rigidity and the pouches are made of MATBOCK’s extremely lightweight and strong Ghost Lite. Additionally, because the material is completely waterproof, the contents of the bag will remain protected from the environments.

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11 Responses to “MATBOCK Monday || Backdraft Medical”

  1. Yogi says:

    Man i am really crossing my fingers that Matbock will make some sort of belt mounted IFAK pouch in this material.

  2. RJ says:

    7.62 NATO linked fit in there?

  3. Larry says:

    the “molle” looks like a floppy bag of ass, why cut out so much material?.

  4. RobCollins says:

    Do you have to take off the plate carrier to get this Molle mounted thing? It seems to me, if you’re in a situation to be giving aid, you would want to keep your plate carrier on. Right?

  5. Bobby Davro says:

    Can’t see the point in this an m9 or an ares armour xii or bds combat medic all low pro and far more useful for a medic this would be more useful for a assault team medic but again I have my doubts

  6. Craig says:

    As a (well, former now)medic, I think it has promise, but I think it has to be a bit more expanded.

    Even with Air evec SUPPOSEDLY say,5 min away, shit can happen, then what? I would want to know I have enough ON me to keep team mates alive under a ‘worst case scenario’…I do think with some ‘fleshing out’ this might be a cool concept.

    Just a bit bigger…give it a “11 button”…