PPM-HUSKY 2.0: Personal Pocket Maximizer Organizer
PPM-HUSKY 2.0 improvements: (1) easy access front slip pocket, (2) total 16 elastic webbing slots with pen/marker/pencil sized slots, (3) two position removable 5” (overall) double hook key chain tether.
PPM-HUSKY is the larger of the Personal Pocket Maximizer™ (PPM) series: 6.5" (H) x 4.75" (W) x 1" (D). It’s designed to organize a variety of personal gear, and fit in your cargo pants or jacket pockets.
VANQUEST® Maximizer’s offset/staggered elastic loops eliminate bulge and wasted space created by traditional shared stitching. You can now stack objects upon each other more efficiently while saving space.
The removable 5" double hook keychain tether can be placed on either of the two 1” paracord loops.
With strong YKK #8 zippers (non-lockable), 1,000-D CORDURA®, and MOLLE/PALS back panel, you now have a modular gadget pocket that offers utmost organization.
You can attach the pouch onto any MOLLE/PALS surface with MOLLE Sticks (#99MS5X4*); or convert it to a hook-and-loop attachment using the MOHL-Air adapter panel (#017700*); or use our 1" UNIVERSAL STRAP (#012001*) to carry it over your shoulder. *Optional accessories.
FAQ: What is a “Maximizer™”, and how is it better than the other EDC organizers I have?
Answer: VANQUEST® Maximizer™ is a series of improved organizers that use our proprietary Maximizer™ webbing to “maximize” the use of space. The Maximizer™ webbing uses staggered/offset elastic loop channels, and is 15.5% more efficient in saving space compared to traditional elastic loops with shared-stitching.
In nature, geometry of a honeycomb achieves the maximum use of space with minimal use of material and weight. In other words, VANQUEST® Maximizer’s staggered / offset elastic loops are like those hexagon units in a honeycomb (See diagram):
Given the objects stored all have the same diameter (e.g. a Sharpie, or a flashlight), each repeating hexagon unit is 15.5% smaller than traditional elastic loop arrangement (square), and that’s how we “MAXIMIZE” the use of space.