PALS / MOLLE Gear Attachment Types

Modular Packs, pouches, vests, holsters and other modern gear uses strips of nylon webbing to attach to backpacks, harnesses and other gear. There is a variety of attachment methods developed by various sources including the Malice Clip, the Natick snap, and  various methods of interwoven nylon straps. This photo includes; 1 – Natick Snap, 2 – Two strips of double PALS webbing, 3 – Natick Snap, with just two rows of PALS webbing, 4 – Tac-Fit by Skedco , 5 – Malice Clip by Tactical Tailor, 6 – Natick Snap with just one row of PALS webbing, 7 – Soft Snap by Tactical Assault Gear, 8 – Annex Clips by ITW, 9 – Flex-Tab by S.O. Tech and 10 – A Generic Low End style

Modular Packs, pouches, vests, holsters and other modern gear uses strips of nylon webbing to attach to backpacks, harnesses and other gear. There is a variety of attachment methods developed by various sources including the Malice Clip, the Natick snap, and various methods of interwoven nylon straps. This photo includes; 1 - Natick Snap, 2 - Two strips of double PALS webbing, 3 - Natick Snap, with just two rows of PALS webbing, 4 - Tac-Fit by Skedco , 5 - Malice Clip by Tactical Tailor, 6 - Natick Snap with just one row of PALS webbing, 7 - Soft Snap by Tactical Assault Gear, 8 - Annex Clips by ITW, 9 - Flex-Tab by S.O. Tech and 10 - A Generic Low End style

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