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Maxpedition 3" Khaki Tacties - Pack of 4
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- 3" Tacties
- Pack of 4
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Maxpedition TacTie Strap.3" Strap. Khaki. TacTie Attachment Strap System is used to integrate accessory pockets onto packs, vests, MOLLE equipment and PALS surfaces effortlessly in an interlocking manner. Closed loop design provides an extremely secure connection. Once properly engaged, a TacTie strap will not open unless deliberately disengaged by the user. Detachment is quick and easy by hand. There is no need to use special tools. Once the pouch is detached from the pack, the TacTie straps remain secured on the pouch so they are not misplaced or lost. Works seamlessly with all current and past Maxpedition products, also works on your existing MOLLE pouches by other manufacturers. Completely reusable and interchangeable. Not affected by heat or cold and will never corrode. Pack of 4.
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They also remove much easier once you have worn them in a bit. Especially great for Maxpedition products themselves. Included a decent pic of my USMC 3-day Assault pack with a Maxpedition Mini pocket organizer so you can see for yourself the dimensions and use of the product.
I personally prefer these over MALICE clips or other competitors because with these I know my pouches wont accidentally fall off my bag in heavy transit.
After doing some research into buying materials to make my own, I came to the realization that Maxpedition is making an absolute killing with these.
The materials are dirt cheap even at the retail level. Using US milspec webbing and ITW triglides, and hand sewn with a Speedy Stitcher, I can make them for under $1 each. Maxpedition's cost is most likely closer to 25 cents each, if it's even that high. Figuring from that, they are making $7 per pack, minus their other expenses such as packaging. Good business model for Maxpedition, but it leaves the customer paying out the nose.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not attacking Maxpedition. Their stuff is great, I own several of their products. But I'm not going to keep paying for these things when I can make them myself.
FYI, Instructables has a nice one on making these.
These work well, but these are ties and they can shift unless you weave them. If you need a more rigid link, use MOLLE STIX or SpeedClips, which are made of hard plastic.