MOLLE clips were once limited to military equipment, yet it was nonetheless extremely helpful and ingenious. However, now that it has found its way into the civilian industries, it has become utterly unequaled in terms of variety and modification capability.
If you have a MOLLE backpack, you can attach MOLLE-compatible knives, first-aid emergency triage kits, ammunition pouches, multi-tools, food containers, and so on. The system is restricted only by the number of MOLLE-ready modular attachments available and the amount of weight you can carry.
Aside from that, there are plenty of methods to make a MOLLE clip work for you, independent of your carry requirements or preferences.
Here are some of the most well-known and important.
The main benefit of MOLLE clips for EDC is that you can change how your everyday backpack or bag looks. By adding a MOLLE clip to a bag, users can carry more than the bag’s internal capacity allows and customize the bag for their safety, style, and even self-defense. If you use it correctly, a MOLLE system might be the most helpful tool in your everyday carry, if not your most important one.
This may be the second most obvious way to use MOLLE since hunting is much like military and tactical use. But it would help if you still said that a MOLLE modular system could be very helpful when hunting. First, you can carry extra ammunition and tools for dressing game in pouches. For example, you might not want to put a fixed-blade knife in your bag after you’ve used it to cut up a dead animal. But it can also keep things you need close at hand, which is much more convenient.
MOLLE is the bread and butter in the tactical realm because it was initially designed for this purpose. Consequently, most MOLLE-ready gear, tools, and accessories are designed for tactical use. Speed, organization, customization, and more are all features of the modular system.
There is no need to be military to use MOLLE in the outdoors. In addition to hiking backpacks and off-roading storage systems, several other outdoor gear items incorporate some degree of modularity. Furthermore, the sky’s the limit regarding what you can do. As a bonus, there are even MOLLE pockets expressly intended to carry water bottles to free up valuable space in your pack for other necessities, like food and other gear.
As has been said several times, MOLLE’s uses are limited only by your creativity. Suppose you can imagine a practical use for the system. In that case, there’s a strong possibility that someone else has already thought of it and manufactured a pack, pouch, pocket, or another piece of gear that fits into the MOLLE functionality for that use. And if you can’t find what you’re seeking, you can create it yourself.