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Maxpedition Janus Extension Pocket
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- Category name: gear-bags-and-accessories
- Country of origin: Vietnam
- Brand name: Maxpedition
- Main: 8” x 4” x 1.5” with internal dividers and elastic loops, dual zipper opening
- Extension strap range: max 13”, min 8”
- Empty weight: 8.4oz (with strap)
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The JANUS is a two-faced pocket, one side features loop fields for ID patches while the other side has PALS webbing to accept modular accessories.
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The only con I see (but not worth deducting a star) is that there are two internal Velcro straps sewed in; I would prefer that they be removable as they are not needed in some equipment configurations, therefore taking up precious space. I have removed the included 'external' Strap Clips because I utilize this directly to my belt.
Same as the Jumbo Versipack, this has some pretty stiff nylon but that's a plus because, abuse test after abuse test, these things really just take what you got, call you a jackwagon, asks if you're done, offers you a participation trophy and keeps it moving along.
When used in conjunction with any Maxpedition bag, this makes a great Individual First Aid Kit pouch. I'm able to cart around bandaids, various ointments and creams, gloves, a mylar blanket, chapsticks, OTC Painkillers, Visine, an Off Bite and Sting stick, a glowstick, and even a small bottle of Purell Hand Sanitizer. Mine is absolutely packed to the gills but I'm somehow able to stash something else here and something else there. It's like a Clown Car Med Kit.
There's really only one con that I could find and it wasn't even enough for me to take off a star but I did want to mention it. The little bungee cord that comes with it, I pulled it off and rethreaded it. I just didn't like the way it was set up. That's really all.
If you're looking for something to use for a small survival kit, first aid kit or even something to store small travel toiletries, you can't go wrong with this thing.
Every piece of Maxpedition gear is extremely versatile, and the Janus Extension Pocket is no exception.
I have read other reviews on the Janus on other forums, etc., where a few buyers were not satisfied with the size of the pack or use of the extension strap. Well, IMO, both are perfect. You just have to do your research before buying. I knew exactly how perfect it would be to have this pack in front, while the gearslinger is carried in back. I even double-checked the strap measurements to make sure it would fit and adjust properly.
I won't speak to the construction or quality of the Janus as it is identical to all other Maxpedition stuff. If you know Maxpedition, then you know there is nothing better, period.
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