Looking at some of the higher end gear manufacturers like Crye, Velocity Systems or LBT everyone is using more and more Velcro OneWrap for comms and hydration routing these days.
That’s just because Velcro OneWrap simply works. But many pack and gear manufacturers didn’t jump on the train and still use elastic or even worse, hardware for routing drinking tubes. Other products are simply missing any kind of routing option.
Some days ago I was walking through the home depot, suddenly a blister of 30 Velcro zip ties caught my eyes. For only 2,00€ I took two packs with me.
So what would be the best way to use them? The answer is you can use them on almost every backpack or chestrig strap to route your comms.
Here is how to:
You can even go further:
To be fair. This is a cheap homedepot hook and loop material and has not the strength of original Velcro OneWrap. But it works. I hope someone in the tactical industry will pick up this construction and will do a “tactical” version in colors like ranger green or coyote, made of real one wrap. Perhaps even a 25mm version.
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