MultiSak

$30.00

Versatile and functional, the MultiSak can be used while hiking, traveling, car camping, or any situation. It can be attached to your pack, worn around your neck, or put inside another bag. Made with 1.3 Dyneema® Composite using waterproof zippers for both compartments. The pouch is water resistant and will keep your items safe while you’re on the go!

The top pocket is large enough for cell phones while the smaller pocket is great for keys, ID, credit cards and other small items.

weight: 14.74 g

Description

The MultiSak was designed to be not only versatile but functional as well. It can be used while hiking, traveling on a plane, car camping, day trips, or really just about any place you can think of. It can be attached to your pack, worn around your neck, or put inside any bag. We have made it from 1.3 Dyneema® Composite using waterproof zippers for both compartments. There are grosgrain tabs on all four corners giving you options on how to attach or wear your MultiSak. The pouch will be water resistant keeping your items safe while you’re on the go!

The top pocket is large enough to fit those big phones while the smaller pocket is great for keys, ID, credit cards and other small items.

Specifications:
Weight – 13.5 Grams
Overall Dimensions – 5-inch x 7 1/2-inch
Bottom pocket – 5-inch x 5 1/2-inch
Top Pocket – 5-inch x 7 1/2-inch

Additional information

Weight 14.74 g
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 in
SKU DUT138

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    rariegel (verified owner)

    Do the loops on the sides happen to line up with the D-rings along the edge of a Chameleon?

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      DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear

      They do not, the d-rings on the chameleon are 12″ apart and the loops are about 7.5″ apart. I am sure that if you really wanted to you could use shock cord loops and make it work.

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