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Condor Glove pouch

Discussion in 'First Aid Station' started by Glebun, May 5, 2015.

  1. Glebun

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    Has anyone had any luck with this? I watched the only review on youtube and it mentioned that the elastic stretched out over time (he's used it for two days and it was already stretched out), so I wanted to hear your feedback.

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  2. thekapow

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    I have looked at it several times in local shops and im not a fan for the simpel reason its very bulky (i was considering it for belt carry), i went with the tasmanian tiger glove pouch instead, but it only holds 2 pairs and they are gone in no time when seeing a patient, so went back to using the dedicated glove pocket in my pants. and generally just stuff them in every free pocket i have.

    what will be your use for it? ems?
     
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  3. Glebun

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    Not EMS, just a med student. I'm planning to stick it on the side of my All Hazards Nitro. Also thinking about the 5.11 one.
     
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  4. Glebun

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    Bump.
     
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  5. henrythewound

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    Looks like that elastic would stretch out over time. I have had items with straps like that lose elasticity even sitting in a hot car
     
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  6. St14EMT

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    Look for a glove pouch that basically is like a bi fold wallet work Velcro that goes on your belt, there is no elastic to stretch and you can get about 6 pairs of gloves in it. If you need more than 6 pairs of glove at one time then your in trouble lol
     
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  7. Dr Jekell
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    It is basically a cheep version of a pouch that several other more serious gear Mfg make.

    You can try SO-Tech (if I recall right) and Emdom (they do two versions).
     
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    SkinthSoutions makes a pouch with a pull down tab for a glove pocket.
     
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  9. popeye

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    Maxpedition has a pretty nice glove pouch. Holds 4 pair
     
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  10. Barchack

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    Glebun the original is the Emdom Grobes pouch. Yes, that is the correct spelling. It's still for sale for under $20 and I've always heard great things about it.
    As a side note, the etymology of the name is pretty funny, too.
     
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  11. Medic1

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    Raine makes some good ones.
     
  12. Dmonfire

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    I've used one for about 2 years daily on the floor. For me it's held up much better then I anticipated. That said I just used the top flap and not the elastic. If you're good at rolling gloves you can fit a good 15 pairs easily though.
     
  13. Telstar

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    I don't like condor gear for anything that is going to see a lot of contact. I think its ok gear for pouches that are going to be inside a pack and not used a lot. If you want this glove pouch for anything occupational, I would pass.
     
  14. coastwatcher42

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    Echo Niner makes a nice made in the USA glove pouch.

     
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    I am currently using a similar pouch made by 5.11 tactical on my med bag. So far it's really useful. If I ever get issued a plate carrier I will be attaching that pouch to it as soon as I can
     
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    I like this. I would multi purpose this to a wet nap or diaper wipes for us suburban warriors
     
  17. uncleben03

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    I have 2 of them. One is on the side of my active shooter bag, so it's never used. The other is on the side of my seat organizer for my patrol car, so it gets used more often than the other. I've had both for about 6 months, the one that I use most often has not worn out in the elastic. They are... "OK" I guess. I down-rate them a lot because, for the size of the pouch, they don't hold very many gloves. The quality is fine. I guess for what they do, there's not many other products like it, so they fill a void. Just wish they held more gloves.
     
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    I may stand corrected on my above post then... Do tell me your secrets on how to smash so many gloves in there! I couldn't get more than about 3 or 4 pairs in!
     
  19. Dmonfire

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    If you remove all of the gloves from the packaging and then pair them in twos to roll you can roll them down to about the size of a cigarette. If you pack em down into the pouch after that you can fit quite a few and are always grabbing a pair. I can probably post a video link later of how I do it.


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