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Storage Pocket

$15.00

Use this lightweight storage attachment on your ridgeline, inside D-rings or even your outside D-rings.

2 Pockets; Attaches to ridgeline or D-rings.

  • Weight: 9 Grams
  • Dimensions: 12.25″ x 6.5″
  • Pocket Size: 5.75″ x 5.75″

weight: 15.6 g

Description

Use this lightweight storage attachment on your ridgeline, inside D-rings or even your outside D-rings.

2 Pockets; Attaches to ridgeline or D-rings.

  • Weight: 9 Grams
  • Dimensions: 12.25″ x 6.5″
  • Pocket Size: 5.75″ x 5.75″

Additional information

Weight 15.6 g
SKU DUT072

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  1. One person found this helpful
    greg placides

    5 out of 5 Solid Storage

    greg placides (verified owner)

    This pocket keeps your important items at hand. Perfect for car key, wallet & phone . What i like about the pocket is how it is divided in two pockets. This prevents items from mixing up with each other when you lay in the hammock & the pocket points downward . Keep important items close & safe & in quick reach.

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    Kevin Cahoon

    Is it possible to get one made out of argon 90? I like the semi-permanent ridgeline organizer you guys offer for 10$ elsewhere on the site, but I really like the ability that this one has to attach it to the d-rings or the ridgeline and swap it around.

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    Admin Josh

    What’s the weight capacity of this pouch?

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    • admin

      It is for general use of your small items. I would not put anything to heavy in it. Probably the heaviest item would be your water bottle.

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