MOLLE, I first know this word when I viewed an introduction of a tactical backpack. It is so strange that why there are some net webbings on the backpack, and they are regular and neat.
What’s this and how they work? Two questions occur in my mind.
In the beginning, I don’t know why it was called MOLLE, so I searched on the net. I got it!
MOLLE (Modular Lightweight Load-Carrying Equipment) was originated in the late 1990s from the US army, which instead of the tactical vest and become a kind of tactical loading way for soldiers. Actually, MOLLE grows out of PALS. PALS is also a kind of modular load-carrying system, people used PALS to MOLLE and developed MOLLE widely.
Normally, the width of these webbings is 3.8 cm and the interval is 2.5 cm. Attachment bags with webbings or hooks can be attached to the MOLLE system. Not only weapons, ammunition bags, knives, such as bottle pouch, waist bag, medical kit or attachment bags can be attached to MOLLE by connecting webbings or clips. Traditional connect webbings are designed with buttons. Plug the webbings of the attachment bags into the MOLLE webbings times, then button up. There are other connect straps, but the connect ways are the same. Different groups can arrange their MOLLE according to their actual needs.
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