First Look: Blue Force Gear Ten-Speed Magazine Pouch

posted on October 6, 2019

The revolutionary Ten-Speed magazine pouch from Blue Force Gear has received several functional updates at the request of specialized end-users. The new Stackable Ten-Speed M4 Mag Pouch builds on the Ten-Speed Pouches used by top-tier forces around the world and adds a single row of MOLLE on the front to stack additional pouches. Designed to create an optimal blend of speed and security, Ten-Speed pouches use military grade elastic combined with ULTRAcomp high-performance laminate to create a multi-use pouch that weighs almost nothing and lays flat when not in use.

“The enhancements made to our Ten-Speed line are fitting examples of what we strive for internally as a company – to exemplify our motto – Always Better,” said Stephen Hilliard, director of product development for Blue Force Gear.

Built using Blue Force Gear’s proprietary ULTRAcomp laminate and signature reducing, color-matched printed elastic, the enhanced Ten-Speed pouch is available now in multicam, coyote brown and black. Other colors and attachments will follow.

Sized for today's popular AR-pattern magazines, the Blue Force Gear Ten-Speed pocket can fit a wide range of items and gear. Though the dimensions of the pocket are built with a STANAG magazine in mind, the M4 pouch also fits all kinds of AR magazines, larger SMG magazines like those for the UMP or P90, flash bangs, trauma gear, small radios, GPS units, small cans or other similarly sized items. 

Blue Force Gear Ten-Speed Pouch Features

  • Ten-Speed mil-grade elastic
  • MOLLE-compatible Patented Helium Whisper attachment system
  • ULTRAcomp high performance laminate
  • TEX 70 bonded nylon thread

MSRP for the Stackable Ten Speed Pouch is $34.99, and more information is available at


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