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TAREINCO Individual Blow-Out and EDC Medical Kits

TAREINCO has released their new SIC V.3.  The previous SIC (Special Item Carrier) was designed to carry a TQ (tourniquet) like a SOF-T, CAT or similar sized TQ. Built of mil-spec 2″ nylong webbing, elastic and hook & loop, it was intended to attach to PALS webbing with a MALICE clip that would also allow a wearer to carry the SIC on up to a 2″ belt. The new SIC V.3 is shown here with the attached Kit Pocket. The SIC V.3 will continue to hold a TQ via compression pocket but allow for additional space for a second TQ (protected for exposure or UV) or other kit like Quick Clot, a pair of gloves or other required items as the job, mission or desired EDC choices.

The SIC V.3 is different from the V.2; if you’re looking for the SIC with the shears and the web dominator from ITW Nexus, you’ll want the V.2 or possibly the SIC-Sheath.

TAREINCO Individual Blow Out and EDC Medical Kits photo

With the extra Kit Pocket filled the entire package is approximately 2 1/4″ deep, depending on the pouch contents and how it is packed.

TAREINCO Individual Blow Out and EDC Medical Kits photo

Get your TAREINCO SIC v.3 here.


NOW. Another item you might be interested in (this is a different piece of kit). The SIC series is not the only blow-out type emergency medical kit built by TAREINCO. They also offer the RETI-Pouch (Rapid Extraction Trauma Individual – Pouch),designed in large part to echo their first belt pouch, the SOB-Pouch, which was originally intended for limited carrier. After substantial interaction with customers via social media it became clear to TAREINCO they should make a dedicated trauma pouch for low profile use. The RETI-Pouch is the result.

TAREINCO Individual Blow Out and EDC Medical Kits photo

The RETI-Pouch can be be worn on belts up to 2″ in width while providing a quick detachment system from belt via the break away belt loop. Can also be stored in pockets or in loop lined packs/bags. The PALS webbing may be removed from the face of future RETI-Pouches and the size of the patch field increased. Get your RETI here.

TAREINCO (Tandem Research and Innovations Company) is run by avid outdoorsman and paramedic-in-training Mark Basa, who builds his own gear as well as constructing equipment for other companies requiring a USA based manufacturer on a sub-contract basis.