Preview: My Medic MyFAK Pro

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posted on October 31, 2023
My Medic MyFAK Pro

The MyFAK Pro from My Medic is a heavy-duty but lightweight first-aid kit packed with more than 140 life-saving supplies hand-picked by first responders and other medical professionals.

A complete list of everything included in the kit is available on the My Medic website, but the contents are color-coded and thoughtfully organized for rapid access. Supply categories—each separated within its own internal pocket—include: hemorrhage care; burn treatment; medication; sport and outdoor; topical treatment; airway care; sprain and fracture; hydration; and seven sundry multi-purpose tools and devices.

The MyFAK Pro’s durable nylon bag (which is available in seven colors) is not only MOLLE-compatible, but it features its own PALS-style webbing for the attachment of additional accessories.

MSRP is $300. For more information, visit mymedic.com.

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