First Look: MyMedic MyFAK Large First Aid Kit

posted on December 16, 2020

Keeping you and your loved ones safe means being ready to deal with all kinds of trouble, including traumatic injury. That’s why MyMedic has released the new MyFAK Large, a larger size than the original MyFAK, filled with more supplies.

"Customers asked for more, and we listened. After many emails asking for a first aid kit that had more supplies than the MyFAK, but not as much as The Medic, we knew just what the customer wanted. At MyMedic, we are continually curating the best, most innovative First Aid Kits that suit our customers' needs. The MyFAK Large will help anyone, team or family tackle life confidently, knowing they have access to all the life-saving supplies inside," said David Barlow, the CEO of MyMedic.

Everything inside the MyFAK Large is accessible and visible, so you spend less time in an emergency situation digging for what you need and more time administering effective first aid. The MyFAK was designed by medical experts, outdoor survivalists, and first responders with an organized layout, which is one of the keys to a useful first aid kit. The MyFAK has two removable mesh products, which combined with multiple compartments and integrated modular organization, makes it easy to find the products you need.

The MyFAK Large features a shoulder Strap like their best selling kit, the Recon, for on-the-go carry and easy access to essential items. The front of the bag features a large amount of MOLLE loops to attach everything you might need in the field to the bag. There is also a tear-away back panel with MOLLE straps attached, allowing you to tear the pouch away from the Velcro panel for quick access to your first aid kit. The MyFAK Large also  features a durable handle and extra strong zippers and hardware for lifetime use.

The MyFAK Large is available in both basic and advanced versions. More information on this product and other items from MyMedic is available at


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