The Maxpedition SES Single Sheath Pouch is a very practical sheath with MOLLE mount on the back. It has enough room for an object of (approximately) 13x5.5x3.5 cm. This depends on the shape of the tool you intend to put in it.
Because of the elastic loops the contents will always stay in place. The flap that keeps it in place on top is very practical. Not only because your tools will stay in place, but also because by lifting the flap you will also lift the tool, making it easily accessible.
The back of the bag is enhanced with a solid MOLLE web with two TacTie PJC3 Polymer Joining Clips. With it you can attach the SES to a MOLLE web. You can also weave the clips through to create a belt loop. This belt loop enables you to carry the SES from your belt.
Maxpedition thought carefully about the materials they used for the SES. As a main material they used Cordura 500D Hex Ripstop. A sustainable fabric that can handle dirt even better thanks to the Teflon treatment. The MOLLE system, Maxpedition calls this ATLAS (Attachment Lattice System) is made from 840D Nylon TPU composite. The flat at the top is made from the same material used to produce seatbelts for cars.
Maxpedition AGR: Advanced Gear Research
For this AGR collection Maxpedition pulled out all stops with regards to product development. Moving forward from the Legacy collection, which put Maxpedition on the map, they looked at all aspects again. They took the type of zipper into account, the fabrics used, the material for clips and closures, the stitching: they did whatever they could to make these bags as reliable as possible.