PDW X Carryology SPX-C

The Carryology X PDW SPX-C Pouch edition features X-Pac™ VX25 fabric, a Fidlock® V-Buckle magnetic closure, is designed to hold most of today's smartphones, and an extra internal divider allows the user to stash a power bank so you can charge on the fly. We created this pouch so the user could easily access their smartphone while on the go without the annoyance of it being a weight banging around in your pant or short pocket when hiking, climbing or any active pursuit. The top flap features a Velcro® nylon loop panel to mount morale patches.
$ 48.00
  • When in the wilderness and backcountry, one of the joys of being there is being unplugged. That said, smartphones are today's most used method of digital photography and used frequently as such when adventuring and exploring the outdoors. The SPX-C Pouch is ideally positioned on a pack shoulder strap so your smartphone is not banging around in your pants/shorts pockets while active-on the move, and is quickly accessible to capture those great moments with your pals, beautiful views, the stunning sunset, or the amazing off chance you bump into bigfoot and can have proof to show it. The pouch is sized and designed to hold both your smartphone and power bank. The MCA (MOLLE Compatible Array) on the back of this pouch in conjunction with our HAL1 Straps™ allows for variety of horizontal and vertical mounting options.
  • Specifications:

    • X-Pac® VX25
    • 140D Nylon Oxford
    • Velcro® Nylon Hook & Loop
    • Hypalon
    • HDPE
    • Foam Padding
    • Nylon Edge Binding
    • Nylon Grosgrain
    • Stainless Steel
    • Rare Earth Magnets
    • Length: 3.5 "
    • Width: 1.25"
    • Height: 6.0 "
    • Top Flap Opening
    • Magnetic Fidlock® V-Buckle
    • Velcro® Loop Panel on Top Flap
    • HDPE Framesheet
    • Internal Stretch Divider
    • Stores Both Smartphone & Power Bank
    • External Patch Pocket for Charging Cable
    • Hypalon Backer
    • Laser Cut MCA
    Approx. Weight:
    •  3.6 oz

Customer Reviews

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Closure and fid-lock clasp off center