Just to clarify Rob's comment - they are for connecting the PLCE Side pouches to the Webbing Yoke - rather than the side pouch yoke (which has PLCE QR clips on it already!).robadams said:by connecting the male & female clips a single pouch can be connected to the yoke via the 2 webbing loops at the top of the yoke.
Yeah, a bit... Maybe I'm just disorganised, but I always find that I'm forever leaving stuff lying around, or I end up jamming loads of stuff in the cargo pockets of my trousers until I can barely walk. A minimal webbing set goes a long way towards solving both problems at once. Bug repellent, tinder pouch, KFS, mug, water bottle, whetstone, etc, etc, etc... It's all got a proper place now.Do you guys actually use your webbing for camping?
Not anymore, couple of reasons: one, it was more of a hinderance than a help, because i never could get it set up to my preferences AND two, it made me look like a complete wally, and did nothing for the girls (which is the main reason I finaly stopped)Do you guys actually use your webbing for camping?
Thanks for that. Managed to work it out a while after the post.Feed the waist belt trough the loops on the back of the single pouch,DON'T attach the clipsas these are what the shoulder straps attach to.The waist belt stabilises the bottom of a single pouch,if you don't use the waist belt around your waist, just wrap it around the pouch.