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Meret First-In Sidepack


Although some EMTs and paramedics have massive first-aid kits capable of handling the red treatment sector of a large MCI, many providers want an easy_-to-carry bag that will keep their basic supplies well organized. Designed to be slung over your shoulder or worn around your waist, the First-In Sidepack from Meret is a modular, rugged pack that will keep the essentials neatly at hand. The quick-pull zippers provide a large, accessible opening and flip-out webbing straps hold tape in a secure but useable manner. The reinforced sides andÜbottom increase water resistance, and reflective piping increases visibility.


Size: 14" x 7.5" x 4"Ü

Weight: 1.9 lbs.

Cost: $53.95




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