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Velcro backed cubes

Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by Tromba, Oct 9, 2019 at 7:57 PM.

  1. Tromba

    Tromba Loaded Pockets

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    In my pack load outs for the last few years I have been using eagle creek cubes to organize my gear. I am currently carrying an evade 2.0 and I am super excited for the 1.5 that I have on preorder. I really want to be able to stick my cubes to the back Velcro wall of the pack to keep them organized.

    I was wondering if anyone had some suggestions for Velcro backed cubes similar in size to eagle creek 1/4 cubes. The options I have seen are:
    -Vanquest sticky cubes-a little pricy for my taste. Plus they look a little too small compressed and a little too big expanded.
    -Recycled firefighter mesh pouches-They look nice but are a bit pricey.
    -alpha one niner Paladin pouches-Not quite sure the dimensions will work for my purposes.

    Is there anything else out there that anyone knows of? I have also considered just putting iron on Velcro onto my eagle creek cubes but I question the durability of that.
     
  2. Treadwisely

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    Blue force gear has some good stuff. Also lbx tactical.
     
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    You might try finding a tailor/seamstress in your area, usually you can find a good one at a dry cleaner that does alterations ... I've had my DTOM fanny packs veclcro'd up and never paid more than $20 for the work.(as recently as 2 weeks ago)
    Bring everything with you so they can understand exactly what you're after and get the price before they start.
    Good luck to you, I hope you find what you need