Discussion in 'FoxLite Gear' started by FoxLite Gear, Apr 13, 2018.
I love these bags. Much love from Foxhound Bushcraft!
Thank you @Frank Castle !
Joe Robinet was seen using a couple of FoxLite Gear pouches in his latest video on 7/23/18. The double sided pouch and also a mesh pouch. So cool to see!
Did you catch the shout out Joe Robinet gave y'all in his most recent video?
Yes! It was so exciting! I sent them to him hoping he would use them and give me feedback but I had no idea they’d make it on a video. So cool.
Thats cause your stuff is awesome.
Eric Gaffin's load out before hiking the John Muri Trail in California.
More great pics from Eric! Thank you for sharing your journeys!
People don't know what they're missing with those triangle pouches. I freakin love it.
I think this is the small pouch. They hold SO MUCH! And still have room. I've got my inhaler, meds, paracord, knife, a holster, and bunch of stuff in it and could stuff more in there.
These are some great looking pouches. I may have to look into some.
Got to Foxlite Gear on Etsy, I think she has a link somewhere.
The triangles are my favorite though. Added a little of my left over paracord beads to the pulls.
So what do you put in the triangles? They look pretty neat.
The one in my bag has a slipjoint folder, a small DMT sharpener, a AAA light, spare battery capsule, and more.
You could do an EDC first aid kit or a small pocket pouch. They are roomy but any unused space collapses since they are thin ripstop. $9 appx is a bargain.
People probably think I get paid to talk about them or something since I gush, but they are well put together with great materials and Cheryl is awesome. She has made me a few I didn't even see listed in the color combos I asked for. And they are just good.
You're right though, those Triangle pouches are awesome!! I've got a fire kit in one in my main pack and will be getting at least one more!
I did not see her make these. Those are sharp! I really like your zip pulls. Makes everything pop! Custom request on these?
The colors yes. I will keep meds in one and loose pocket stuff in the other.
Used on a recent outing for BushClass Basic
I dont know if they all do but the loop on the triangle pouch fits my 1.5" belt. Could also be put on a pack belt or caribiner for quick access extra storage.
That's a pretty cool idea. The 2 that I ordered shipped a couple days ago. I'm excited.
A nice Prym1 pouch posted on Instagram by @nacehagemann
CLP_Bushcraft sharing some pictures of his Ripstop/Cotton handkerchief.