U.S. G.I. Airborne Stowage Pocket, 2 Pack


U.S. G.I. Airborne Stowage Pocket, 2 Pack

  • 5 Star Customer Service
  • Family Owned and Operated
Price $12.95
4.60 16
  • 5 Star Customer Service
  • Family Owned and Operated

You can never have enough storage options when you are out on the trail. These unique stowage pockets were originally used by pilots along with an integrated parachute harness system. Unissued Heavy-duty nylon construction. Convenient for carrying compact camping or hunting gear (ammunition magazines, compass, survival gear, etc.) Offers both an external pocket with traditional clasp button closure plus main pocket with zipper closure. Does not contain connectors for existing systems. Measures approx. 8.5” x 3.5” x 2”. Color: OD Green. NSN# 1670-01-275-8735 Genuine US Military Surplus. MADE IN THE USA.


Prop 65 Ca Residents Only
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Ask The Community A Question

Please use this form to ask questions PUBLICLY about this specific product to previous customers of this product. Your question and any details in it will be posted to our website and sent to previous customers, and is not guaranteed an answer.

Please direct any questions that you would like to ask directly to Coleman's staff, or need answers to in a timely fashion, to our Contact Us page to e-mail Coleman's staff directly.

What is the size

Overall zip part of pouch: 8.5 inches tall. 3.75 inches wide 2.0 inches thick Sewn-on knife pouch with snap cover: 6.5 inches tall 2.0 inches wide 1.0 inch thick

What sort of connectors are needed for this? MOLLE, Alice, what?

There is no provision for connecting to a pack or belt - the back and sides of the pouch are just bare nylon cloth. There *are* two brass grommets on the side of the pouch, just "around the corner" from the zipper head when it's in the "closed" position; you could loop paracord through these to fasten the pouch to something, but it wouldn't be really secure. I like the pouch, but yeah, it's a bit of a puzzle how it was meant to be carried.

These are not meant to have an attachment. They are sewn to a survival vest.

I use mine to store guy lines and tent stakes for my tarps and shelters. They have many uses but it is possible to sew them to a vest or jacket