View Full Version : What is this?

03-04-2012, 12:08
Can I get some help on what this is?

03-04-2012, 12:49
Don't know, but ...... you really do need to clip your toe nails.

Just sayin'. :D

03-04-2012, 13:41
easier to climb trees this way :p

03-04-2012, 14:50
Both photos seem to depict a male in flip flops standing next to a weird piece of web gear.

03-04-2012, 14:54
Could it be a Stopsemfrumflopen? :confused:


03-04-2012, 18:09
Looks like the back half of a chest rig.

03-04-2012, 18:51
Looks like the back and shoulder straps piece for the MOLLE ruck,

03-04-2012, 18:56
MOLE Suspension Sex Swing?:eek:

03-05-2012, 14:19
"MOLE Suspension Sex Swing?" SF_BHT

Someone steal it out of the Opera Hotel in Bankok?

03-06-2012, 08:22
I have seen something very similar to this, used by a small unit on Bragg. Was used to attach comms gear (small radio, small amplifier, and two BA-5590 batteries).

03-07-2012, 18:40
MOLLE rig that holds SF jet pack...

03-13-2012, 10:33
Found this on www.soldiersystems.net/

Kifaru Cargo Panel Lets MOLLE Carry Odd Sized Loads
March 12th, 2012 There are a couple of solutions out there for use with both ALICE and MOLLE that modify the frames with a large PALS field and allow them to be configured with any combination of pouches. But recently some readers came to me looking to carry odd sized loads with their MOLLE frames. My immediate suggestion was the Kifaru Cargo Panel that came out last year. Originally intended as an accessory specifically for Kifaru packs, they immediately recognized that the long beaver-tail design could be used elsewhere.

If you have any doubts to the versatility of the Cargo Panel, this photo showing it carrying an air compressor should shake the notion. The CP attaches to the frame and cradles your load. How closely it rides against the frame is adjustable and the load can stick out the sides or top with no problems.

Made in USA! from 1000D Cordura to stand up to the wear and tear it is going to see while being used to pack mule gear. It can be had in a variety of colors, contact Kifaru for availability because I know they can accommodate special requests on a case-by-case basis.


03-13-2012, 20:29
thanks for the research but nope. The back panel is stiff and the shoulder straps are full length like ruck straps. I guess its missing the rest of the shoulder straps so it could actually be used.
Im beginning to think it is a multicam/molle sex swing

10-06-2012, 05:09
must be from 1-1 in OKI

The Reaper
10-06-2012, 11:02
must be from 1-1 in OKI

IP, could you fill out your profile a bit?



10-06-2012, 22:41
Although it looks to be missing straps, my guess would be that it's designed to make pouches/accessories that usually stay on your back easy to take off and more accessible.

Round bags/pouches, tripods, technical equipment, etc.

Basically a modifiable "backpack"