Small Padded Accessory Pouch
Small Padded Accessory Pouch
Small Padded Accessory Pouch
Small Padded Accessory Pouch
Small Padded Accessory Pouch
Small Padded Accessory Pouch
Small Padded Accessory Pouch

Small Padded Accessory Pouch

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A1SPMM

Regular price $25.00 Sale price $22.00
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The Small Padded Accessory pouch is a simply-designed, quality made pouch which can attach almost anywhere you find MOLLE webbing on an Eberlestock pack or accessory. The additional padding makes them optimal for carrying small but expensive items like rangefinders, GPS, and camera accessories. 

Most commonly it is worn on the hip belt for quick access to essential items, or the outside front of a pack. The Small Padded Accessory Pouch can also pair with the Chest Pack Harness to convert it into an ultralight minimalist chest worn pack.  

  • Dimensions: 5"h x 6"w x 2"d
  • Weight: 4 oz.
  • KYY Ultradurable zippers
  • 450d Nylon

Customer Reviews

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Ethan B.
Simple and effective

Does exactly what it needs to do. No more, no less. It’s simple effective and typical Eberlestock good quality.

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Eric O.
Exactly What I Needed

I'm running two of these pouches on either side of my F1 Frame hip belt. One holds my range finder and the other holds my Buck 110, 2 S-Biners, 30-feet of 1/2-inch tubular nylon, and a headlamp. All things I want quick access to as I'm heading out into the dark mornings to the areas I tree saddle hunt. Perfect for my application.

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RKE
Great accessory

Bought 2 to add to my F1 Mainframe and they were a great addition.

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Small padded accessory pouch

Perfect low profile size for attaching to hip belt. Attaches to Mollee securely.

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TonyK
Small Pouch on Mainframe

small pouch is great on the right hand hip belt of my mainframe. I keep my rangefinder (vortex impact 600), and a headlamp in it. I placed it a little more forward on the hip belt so my gun stock would fit between the pouch and the main pack (I keep my rifle sling on my right shoulder). I have the large pouch on the left hip belt. This system works much better than constantly trying to get my pack on and off to grab stuff out of a packs brain. The stuff I need most often are easily accessible. Just used this set up for my first rifle season. Just packed out a whitetail on Sunday, rifle (Remington 7600) was tucked in between the small pouch and the pack. Was able to quietly bring rifle off my shoulder to take the shot.