Rigid Insert Panel MOLLE (RIP-M) - 10.75in x 17in
Overall I really do like the RIP-M that I purchased. For my needs it worked out pretty well. It can be tricky to get some MOLLE pouches to weave and fit up tightly (which is always desirable). This holds true with "knock-off" imitations of popular gear makers, or off brands too. I had some frustration with some smaller pouches that were 2 MOLLE wide. TT Malice Clips worked decently too. However once you do work out what fits right, the RIP-M panel is firm and rigid enough to hold a respectable amount of weight. My kit is running two large (black) general purpose pouches (from Academy), a small pouch from ITS Tactical, and a lock picking pouch from Sparrows. All that in the main pocket of my Vertx EDC Ready backpack. I think this thing works pretty well, especially if the inside of your bag/pack doesn't have MOLLE webbing or enough inner pockets!
GMT for GoRuck GR1
The Rigid Molle Insert Panel was a great purchase. The fit and finish is perfect for my 21L GR1 backpack which I use as an everyday carry. It allows me to organize all my gear from pocket organizers to tools, conceal carry and other miscellaneous items, even my hydration system. I couldn't be more happier about this purchase and would highly recommend this product to family and friends.
Customization Is Endless
I ordered this to add some structure and layout for my Mystery Ranch 3DAP and I was not disappointed. Currently, I just have an admin pouch and a Leatherman attached to it with plans to expand with an IFAK and utility pouch. I keep playing around with different loadouts and pouches and the possibilities are endless. I wholeheartedly recommend the RIP-M if you're looking for organization and some rigidity to your pack.
Awesome piece of Kit!
I ordered this panel to be able to develop a quick and easy setup to make my GORUCK Rucker into an organized minimalist camping/hiking pack. First things first, the panel is the perfect size for the 20L Rucker, it fits in nicely without any room to move around. It’s set up with my cooking kit, a clothes bag, a folding saw, a pouch with my water purification items, rain gear, leather gloves and an IFAK pouch I purchassd on amazon that I use for all my first aid/hygiene, cordage, fire kit and other essentials. Even with all that there is still a little space for a day or two worth of food in my Rucker. I put one inch strips of Velcro across all the horizontal Molle rows, I did this on the front and back for patches or any other items that I could quickly Velcro to the rig. I also ran a few stands of shock cord through the panel to hold my cooking kit and clothes bag in place. This panel exceeded all my expectations and has been an excellent addition to my kit. It has me looking for my next project so I’ve got an excuse to buy another one! Well done!