ReVive Medical Pouch
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From High Speed Gear . . .

High Speed Gear would like to take a moment to showcase their ReVive Medical Pouch and Bleeder/Blowout Pouch, two compact ways to carry lifesaving equipment.

High Speed Gear ReVive First Aid Pouch
ReVive Pouch

Throughout the tactical community, there are many assets to defending your life. However, some of the most important items are the ones that can save a life. High Speed Gear offers many options for carrying medical equipment on your person. Some of the more low-profile options would be the ReVive Medical Pouch and the Bleeder/Blowout Pouch.

Both the ReVive Medical Pouch and the Bleeder/Blowout Pouch offer an individual a quick access pouch to release life-saving medical equipment. The pouch can fit all necessary medical equipment (not included) to treat a small-arms gunshot wound.

High Speed Gear Bleeder First Aid Pouch
Bleeder/Blowout Pouch

“The design of these pouches, was to make sure users had one handed, quick access to the most important supplies while being extremely compact to save space.” Said HSGI Senior Designer, Daniel Chaney.

High Speed Gear first aid kit

The benefits of these pouches are considered greatly within the tactical industry. Both the ReVive Medical Pouch and the Bleeder/Blowout Pouch were awarded gold status by the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA). These compact medical kits are not only space savers, but also money savers with the retail cost of the ReVive being $76 and the Bleeder at only $44.

For more information for the ReVive™ Medical Pouch, visit: ReVive™ Medical Pouch (highspeedgear.com)

If you would like to see more about the Bleeder/Blowout Pouch™, please see the link here: Bleeder/Blowout Pouch (highspeedgear.com)

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15 COMMENTS

  1. The Revive Pouch is 76 bucks? Empty? No supplies? Just a place to put them? 76 bucks?

    I guess it costs to be tacticool.

    • A bit rich for my blood, even in the era of Bidenflation.

      Visiting the website, there’s a fairly long list of the features of the pouch itself, and then at the very end there it is: medical gear not included. Be nice to lead with that, especially when the first pic shows it stuffed with gear.

      For that amount, I’d rather spend the money on a decent fanny pack and better gear. I’d rather a better pair of shears, than being able to get to them maybe a few seconds faster, most of the time. (I’m also assuming my response time is going to be dominated by figuring out what I need to do, rather than accessing the gear, in any case.)

    • I just got the Rugged Suppressor labeled (produced by Wilder Tactical) IFAK last week.
      Been putting it off for a while, finally purchased.
      Just need to add a chest needle and suture kit to it.

      • kangaroos are better , but I guess a redneck in an f150 might have the grill caved in clear back to the water pump if they hit one of those. Might even cause them to spill their Milwaukee’s Best and swallow their chew?

  2. Army surplus stores are MUCH cheaper for pouches. In every “Med” kit/pouch I put together, I have the usual stuff and always include BleedStop coagulant. All my kits together. Range bag, in vehicles etc may have added up to 76 bucks.

  3. No time to patch up the wounded, I’m fighting the foward assist.
    Hows that go again? Tap, rack, push push, bang it on a tree.

  4. So they put a rubber band and a little hypalon on a $3 grenade pouch and want $76 for it? Did NC legalize weed or something?

    I really miss the days of Gene running that shop…

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