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Maxpedition MRZ Pocket Organizer

Mikey Bautista
Maxpedition MRZ Pocket Organizer

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Keeping things organized in an EDC pouch is a top efficiency tip, with Maxpedition making some of the most robust and useful organizers to accommodate even the most expansive loadouts. The MRZ Mini Organizer—born out of Maxpedition's AGR (Advanced Gear Research) department—takes the simple pouch and upgrades it on every level. It's a modern hardshell hybrid organizer that you can literally throw at your daily packing tasks.

The secret of the MRZ's shell is in its semi-rigid front face. The dual nylon fabric construction allows extra protection for your essentials, of which you'll have plenty to fit in thanks to its extensive internal organization. The protective structure of the shell allows for a unique, zippered stash pocket for your loose or bulky essentials that few pouches offer. The rest of the interior organization features a more familiar configuration with an elastic pocket, loops, and even a Keyper to organize the rest of your gear.

On its rear are laser-cut attachment points which let you carry or attach the MRZ to larger packs with the use of its included polymer joining clips. Or if you prefer, a nylon composite carry handle up top lets you easily carry or transfer the pouch when needed. Rounding out the MRZ's fit and finish is a front hook and loop field for your morale patches, Teflon-coated construction, and heavy-duty YKK zippers to be expected from Maxpedition's rugged pouches.

Carry and organize your gear with confidence with the Maxpedition MRZ, available from Amazon at the link below.

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Karl Hicks ·
I gotta get some more Maxpedition gear. Hoping to get a jumbo Versipack relatively soon, or something similar from Maxpedition.