Updated: Feb 18
MOLLE is an acronym for Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment, otherwise
called MOLLE gear. It consists of a bag with special webbing on the exterior that is often
called a ladder. You can anchor multiple pouches or PALS (Pouch Attachment Ladder
System) onto the bag. These pouches are attached to the exterior webbing system,
otherwise known as a ladder. The terms MOLLE and PALS are interchangeable. The
MOLLE system is best known throughout the world for its use in the military and law
enforcement and the R72 Grab&Go Vest + Modular Bags provides the opportunity for anyone to use it to prepare for both adventures and emergencies, like natural disasters.
How do MOLLE bags work?
The MOLLE system utilizes several rows of heavy-duty nylon fabric otherwise known as
PALS (acronym for pouch attachment ladder system) stitched onto vests, backpacks,
and other gear. You can attach MOLLE pouches and accessories securely to the ladder
for a grab-and-go bag for emergencies or other activities.
What is the MOLLE used for?
The MOLLE modular bag is useful for:
Car survival kit
Car Utility gadgets
Weapons and magazines
Communications (Walkie Talkie)
These are just some of the uses of the MOLLE Modular Bag. The possibilities are
What are the advantages of using a MOLLE?
The MOLLE load-bearing system has one massive advantage in that you can attach
numerous pouches to carry all of your necessary gear. Some of the bags have large
interior spaces with plenty of space for everything you need. The system provides a
framework for affixing pouches that allow for individual customization. If you can think it
up, it is most likely available, or you can create your variation by using various pouches