Flatpack™ Tourniquet Carrier

4 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$24.95$52.94 $19.98$41.98

4 out of 5

The PHLster Flatpack™ Carrier for EDC Tourniquet carry


Product Description

Designed and produced in collaboration with Andrew Henry, of Henry Holsters, the PHLster Flatpack™ tackles the major complaints that accompany the EDC of windlass tourniquets by eliminating the bulk of a conventional pouch or case while still holding the TQ securely and providing quick and reliable one-handed deployment.

Consisting of a plastic backing plate, two polymer coated nylon loops, and an adjustable length of durable elastic shock cord, the PHLster Flatpack™ tightly secures a flat-packed tourniquet for a wide variety of on and off body carry styles, while allowing for rapid one-handed access to the tourniquet. Use the installed soft loops for horizontal carry on belts up to 1.75 inches wide or dismount the loops for pocket, pouch, or bag carry. Compatible with Malice clips for mounting on Molle, Malice clips are available for an additional $3.49.

With its origins in discrete, plain-clothes, and EDC applications, the Flatpack™ is ideal for everyday carry although it can be converted for use on a duty belt, plate carrier, or tactical vest by upgrading to an included Malice clip.

Please see the Malice Clip addendum for details on Malice Clip installation: Flatpack MALICE Instructions

The PHLster Flatpack™ is 100% American Made and is backed by a two year warranty. Patent Pending. Flatpack™ is a registered trademark of PHLster LLC.

For further details of use and instructions, please refer to these two videos.

Introducing the PHLster Flatpack™:

How to flat-pack a windlass tourniquet:

Additional Information


Flatpack, Flatpack+Malice Clip, CAT Combo, SOF-T Wide Combo

1 review

  1. 4 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Awesome piece of kit.

    Before I owned it, I used to carry my SOF-T Wide in my back left pocket with a couple of rubber bands wrapped around it to keep it from unraveling. Now, depending on my clothing, I carry it on my belt behind my left hip, or in my rear left pocket.

    The shot-cord keeps it from unraveling, but allows you to release it from the carrier one handed.

    Unfortunately, in order to mount it on a belt, you must remove your belt, and thread it through the carrier’s belt loops. I wish it utilized pull the dot snaps so I could easily take it off and put it on my belt.

    Other than that, it’s a very smart solution to carrying a good tourniquet.

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