How To Attach A Pouch To Molle Gear


I’ve been wearing molle gear for years and have learned a few tricks along the way. One of them is how to attach a pouch to your molle gear, so you can carry extra ammo and other small items on your person. In this post, we’ll take a look at how to do it!

Step 1

  • Attach the Pals straps to your molle gear
  • Attach the pouch to your molle gear

Step 2: Fit the pouch to your molle gear.

Now that you’ve got your pouch and molle gear all ready to go, it’s time to attach them together. Make sure the pouch is not too tight or loose on your gear. For example, if you have a large pouch and a small bug-out bag, then it would be too loose because of its size; however, if you have a small bug-out bag and large pouches inside of it (like I do), then this would cause an awkward fit since there aren’t enough loops for anything else besides the first few inches of each strap.

Also, make sure that both parts are positioned properly so they don’t interfere with each other while in use during an emergency situation where weight matters most!

Step 3: Secure the top of the pouch.

Now that you’ve attached your pouch to your gear, it’s time to secure it so it doesn’t fall off later. To do this, simply loop one end through one of your molle loops and pull down on both ends until they’re tight against each other. Make sure that no slack is left between them; if there is any slack in either strap, then this could cause problems later on when trying to attach something else such as a rifle or handgun magazine pouch onto them because they will not be able to reach high enough up into their respective attachment points on your gear (which leads us back into step 2).

Step 4: Tie down the bottom of the pouch

You can use a cord to tie down the bottom of your pouch. This is helpful for keeping it from sliding around or being knocked off by other gear during your hike. Tie the cord in a knot that can be undone later, but make sure that it’s tight enough so it doesn’t sag too much when loaded up with stuff!


You can now attach a pouch to your molle gear. You may want to use this method if you want more space for your supplies or want the convenience of having all your gear in one place. For more details Click the link

By Donald Chris

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