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Current load-carrying equipment, aka MOLLE, utilizes a series of rows of heavy-duty nylon stitched onto a surface to allow for the attachment of MOLLE compatible accessories and pouches. These MOLLE compatible parts use a nylon strip that is then hand inserted through the nylon stitched rows on the packs or load-bearing vests. After successfully weaving the nylon strip over and under the nylon stitched rows, it is secured with a snap or tab. Our unique laser cut material offers an improved load carrying system that utilizes a series of triangles arranged in rows across a surface.

Current pouches with standard MOLLE web and snap systems can attach to the triangle matrix. The systems offers more precise pocket placement as the pockets can be shifted up and down in 1” increments as opposed to 2” to the current system.

This trilobal system offers many advantages over the current webbing system. The triangle is one of the strongest shapes in nature. Depending on the weight of the attached item, distortion and parallelograming of the rectangle shaped openings on current MOLLE often occurs. Furthermore, current dimensions of webbing slits must be over 1” to allow any snaps to clear thus creating a loose and sloppy fit. The triangle allows for a precise 1” diameter at its base with minimal distortion allowing for a more secure fit for any load.

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The triangle matrix is laser cut into composite fabric with a laminate backing that allows for extremely high tear resistance. Layers of directional high strength fibers are placed in different orientations within the laminate to offer the best weight to strength ratio. The outer layer is 500 din Cordura fabric that can meet requirements for military camouflage.

The laser cut fabric is then sewn to a backing fabric providing a system that is comparable in strength to a current MOLLE with a much lower profile. Furthermore, pockets and accessories can be attached and removed easier and faster than the current system.

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