The Medic Pack

TT FIRST RESPONDER MOVE ON MK II

Highlights

The TT First Responder Move On MKII is an advancement of the well-known Move On Medic backpack, which is already used by the German army. The new padded back carrying system features length-adjustable shoulder straps that superbly fit any back. The hip flaps can be removed if need be, and two quick release buckles on the shoulder straps allow you to quickly jettison the pack.

  • REMOVABLE FRONT BACKPACK
  • MATT TEXTURED STRAPS
  • PADDED, ERGONOMIC SHOULDER STRAPS
  • ERGONOMICALLY SHAPED BACK PANEL
  • REMOVABLE HIP FLAPS
  • INTEGRATED POCKETS ON THE HIP FLAPS
  • LASER-CUT MOLLE

Features

The TT First Responder Move On MKII consists of a main backpack and a removable front pack that can of course also be used on its own.

  • Stable, divided main compartment

    with attachment options in the main backpack

  • Removable panel

    with rubber loops in the main backpack

  • Side pockets

    for Samsplint in the main backpack

  • 3 x laser-cut MOLLE

    systems on the side in the main backpack

  • 3 removable transparent pouches

    in the front backpack

  • Removable panel

    with rubber loops and cords in the front backpack

  • Side pockets

    for Samsplint in the front backpack

  • Laser-cut MOLLE strips

    on one side of the front backpack

  • Removable Velcro transparent pouches

    There are three transparent pouches arranged on top of each other on the front backpack. These are equipped with Velcro straps in different colors that can be labeled and allow you to quickly identify contents. The pockets can also be used on their own.

  • Removable panels

    The main and front backpacks both have a Velcro panel (dimensions: 25.5 cm x 34.5 cm) that you can use to attach rubber loops and cords any way you want to. The entire panel can be simply removed.

  • Scissor pouch on the front of the backpack

    The side pocket for the scissors is secured with a quick release buckle. The fleece Velcro on the outside has space for a badge.

TT First Responder Move On MKII