OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED Slip on Molle sleeve for 2" duty belts and straps

WhispTech

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Recap:

1. It needs 1 inch spacing between the back straps for 1" belt loops and belt keepers.
2. Quality control needs to be watched on above along with lining up the straps so they are perfectly even.

Other than that its good to go!

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Ech0wun

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Co-design MOLLE /PALS extension panel review

I have been using the above product on my Duty belt for over a month. I have attached a First Aid pouch and Nitrile glove pouch to the panel.

The construction of the panel is excellent. The materials and more importantly the stitching on the product show absolutely no signs of wear and tear. First impressions are that the panel is made of high quality materials that will last as long as the user needs it to.

The belt loops on the rear of the panel attach to my 2 inch duty belt adequately and although they do not fully fold back on to themselves there is enough of an overlap to ensure that they remain closed and secure. Although not tested on a narrower belt it would work really well on a 1.5” or 1.75” belt.

At no point in the testing period has the panel or the attached pouches moved or become loose. I have not had to give it any thought or attention once fitted to the belt.

The panel is stiff enough to provide a sturdy MOLLE platform on an ordinary Duty belt. The stiffened panel however did not dig into me when moving or when seated.

The obvious use for the panel is to provide a MOLLE /PALS platform to a standard Duty belt, which it does perfectly. The advantage to the user is that the panel provides a solid and stationary platform for the user’s MOLLE /PALS compatible pouches and holsters etc It enables the user to place pouches on the belt that will not move laterally around their waist during use. A MOLLE pouch can slide along the belt when attached to a non-MOLLE platform.

Most real world users will have a mix of MOLLE and non-MOLLE pouches and this panel appears to be an ideal way to incorporate both styles of pouch/holster on the same Duty belt without adding bulk or weight needlessly. The panel is easily removed and can be put onto another belt very quickly without removing other items from the belt. This enables the user to move pouches or holsters between belts without any fuss.

The OneTigris MOLLE / PAL extension panel is lightweight and strong. It is made to a high standard from quality materials. It is secure and offers a stable platform for pouches and holsters. The panel moves with the user and does not dig into the user’s side when moving or sitting.

Overall I would recommend the panel to anyone looking for a lightweight MOLLE platform for their Duty Belt where they have standard pouches or holsters that they wish to use at the same time. Simple but effective. 10/10.
 

OneTigris

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Co-design MOLLE /PALS extension panel review

I have been using the above product on my Duty belt for over a month. I have attached a First Aid pouch and Nitrile glove pouch to the panel.

The construction of the panel is excellent. The materials and more importantly the stitching on the product show absolutely no signs of wear and tear. First impressions are that the panel is made of high quality materials that will last as long as the user needs it to.

The belt loops on the rear of the panel attach to my 2 inch duty belt adequately and although they do not fully fold back on to themselves there is enough of an overlap to ensure that they remain closed and secure. Although not tested on a narrower belt it would work really well on a 1.5” or 1.75” belt.

At no point in the testing period has the panel or the attached pouches moved or become loose. I have not had to give it any thought or attention once fitted to the belt.

The panel is stiff enough to provide a sturdy MOLLE platform on an ordinary Duty belt. The stiffened panel however did not dig into me when moving or when seated.

The obvious use for the panel is to provide a MOLLE /PALS platform to a standard Duty belt, which it does perfectly. The advantage to the user is that the panel provides a solid and stationary platform for the user’s MOLLE /PALS compatible pouches and holsters etc It enables the user to place pouches on the belt that will not move laterally around their waist during use. A MOLLE pouch can slide along the belt when attached to a non-MOLLE platform.

Most real world users will have a mix of MOLLE and non-MOLLE pouches and this panel appears to be an ideal way to incorporate both styles of pouch/holster on the same Duty belt without adding bulk or weight needlessly. The panel is easily removed and can be put onto another belt very quickly without removing other items from the belt. This enables the user to move pouches or holsters between belts without any fuss.

The OneTigris MOLLE / PAL extension panel is lightweight and strong. It is made to a high standard from quality materials. It is secure and offers a stable platform for pouches and holsters. The panel moves with the user and does not dig into the user’s side when moving or sitting.

Overall I would recommend the panel to anyone looking for a lightweight MOLLE platform for their Duty Belt where they have standard pouches or holsters that they wish to use at the same time. Simple but effective. 10/10.
Thank you for your review, which is helpful
 

Momo

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Dear all, we are going to produce it, however, I found an issue. The sample I have, pls check the pics, not all of molle parts are the same 1.5 inch. Is it ok for your guys? Also, we sent 2 samples before for the gear test, are the samples have the same size issue?
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WhispTech

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Dear all, we are going to produce it, however, I found an issue. The sample I have, pls check the pics, not all of molle parts are the same 1.5 inch. Is it ok for your guys? Also, we sent 2 samples before for the gear test, are the samples have the same size issue? View attachment 4346 View attachment 4347 View attachment 4348 View attachment 4349 View attachment 4350 View attachment 4351
I don't know which sample you have but we got to the point with the final one I received with all measurements proper and on my sample. Did notice the card section was measuring at between 6.5" - 6.75" but that was because of the sewing lines but the pals/molle webbing was placed properly and centered on it and the measurements where as follow below.

1. Proper and total length across should be 6.5" inches length across.
2. That should make the front 1.75" / 1.5" / 1.5" / 1.75" columns for the pals webbing (molle) which is fine and = 6.5". This is so the back straps are at proper spacing . This does not affect putting on pouches or items and actually helps when putting 1 column items since they take a bit more space,
3. The back straps should be centered in the 6.5 across which should be 1.5 strap / 1" space / 1.5" strap / 1" space / 1.5" strap which = 6.5". There is at most 0.10" excess on each side and again why the card back is 6.5-6.75 to allow for the outer sewing seams.

The sample you have is a bad sample since neither of my samples measure out like yours and think it might be the previous sample on the first try of the straps since we rectified some of those issues on the final one that was sent out.

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Regardless I was told that you guys wanted to do a 1 column and a 2 column version which means a whole new design for the back measurements which isn't really that hard. For 1 column be a 1.5" back strap and for two columns I would switch it up to a 1" strap /1"space/ 1" strap. Only issue I see is why would we buy a molle adapter for a 1 row item or 2 row item. We will just use the loops on the pouch itself and shove it on the belt or whatever which I was doing in the past. Most you would get from it is if you had a loop lined belt to make item not shift due to the velcro straps but that would be its only use.

Also in the time line of my videos being released of the final completed sample an other company Helikom-Tex a polish company has come out with a laser cut version on October 24/2018 so now you have competition with a lighter version in which they have a 1/2/3 column version. I don't think they have inner hook field on theirs for loop lined belts though so no idea why anyone would use even their 1 or 2 column version lol and think that is plain stupid when you can just use the loops on the molle pouch itself.
 
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Momo

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I don't know which sample you have but we got to the point with the final one I received with all measurements proper and on my sample. Did notice the card section was measuring at between 6.5" - 6.75" but that was because of the sewing lines but the pals/molle webbing was placed properly and centered on it and the measurements where as follow below.

1. Proper and total length across should be 6.5" inches length across.
2. That should make the front 1.75" / 1.5" / 1.5" / 1.75" columns for the pals webbing (molle) which is fine and = 6.5". This is so the back straps are at proper spacing . This does not affect putting on pouches or items and actually helps when putting 1 column items since they take a bit more space,
3. The back straps should be centered in the 6.5 across which should be 1.5 strap / 1" space / 1.5" strap / 1" space / 1.5" strap which = 6.5". There is at most 0.10" excess on each side and again why the card back is 6.5-6.75 to allow for the outer sewing seams.

The sample you have is a bad sample since neither of my samples measure out like yours and think it might be the previous sample on the first try of the straps since we rectified some of those issues on the final one that was sent out.

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Regardless I was told that you guys wanted to do a 1 column and a 2 column version which means a whole new design for the back measurements which isn't really that hard. For 1 column be a 1.5" back strap and for two columns I would switch it up to a 1" strap /1"space/ 1" strap. Only issue I see is why would we buy a molle adapter for a 1 row item or 2 row item. We will just use the loops on the pouch itself and shove it on the belt or whatever which I was doing in the past. Most you would get from it is if you had a loop lined belt to make item not shift due to the velcro straps but that would be its only use.

Also in the time line of my videos being released of the final completed sample an other company Helikom-Tex a polish company has come out with a laser cut version on October 24/2018 so now you have competition with a lighter version in which they have a 1/2/3 column version. I don't think they have inner hook field on theirs for loop lined belts though so no idea why anyone would use even their 1 or 2 column version lol and think that is plain stupid when you can just use the loops on the molle pouch itself.




Thanks! We will keep it as 4 column version, I will double check the size before mass production.
 

Dean Cattell

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Thanks! We will keep it as 4 column version, I will double check the size before mass production.
I just measured my panel and have the same measurements as Whisptech. I also agree with not going with a one or two panel as this would be redundant. I often wear pouches or sheaths on a normal belt and just use the existing straps. If anything maybe go to a five or six panel as I find this panel does offer some stability and weight distribution. Not sure if that would mess up the the spacing on the back to fit between standard belt loops though.
 

WhispTech

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I just measured my panel and have the same measurements as Whisptech. I also agree with not going with a one or two panel as this would be redundant. I often wear pouches or sheaths on a normal belt and just use the existing straps. If anything maybe go to a five or six panel as I find this panel does offer some stability and weight distribution. Not sure if that would mess up the the spacing on the back to fit between standard belt loops though.
5 or 6 would be a better idea and I agree and I am sure we could figure out the back straps. I could see for example using a 4 on each side and then a 5 or 6 on the back. Having these different sizes allows different configurations and even more streamlined than having a full battle belt. Also allows for different sized waist individuals.
 

WhispTech

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Here comes an other style being at the preorder stage (08/01/2019) that was brought to my attention. https://www.ronintactics.com/store/p214/Rōnin_Gun_Sleeve.html

Its built different and personally think the one I designed is better since separate sections and the way it works with proper loop lined duty belts and other options. In actuality it is a very minimalist battle belt that they designed that they want to be discreet.

What I find interesting is the amount of these smaller style panels coming to market when I brought this fourth last year in 2018 and since then 2 companies and who know how many others have been bringing their own styles to markets. I think since this was so delayed since I was told by Rin it was suppose to be released start of summer that this might be a major lost opportunity.

At least mine works on other items than just duty belts, such as plate carriers, backpacks, cross draw vests and other strapped items. The other two companies are focusing on duty belts for the most part.
 
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