Features: Exposure Suit Thigh Pocket, Neoprene Back
6" wide, 11" tall and 3" deep. Dual Internal Pouches. Pleated design folds flat when empty. 1050 Ballistic Construction throughout. #138 Bonded Nylon Thread. Generous Heavy duty Mesh Drains. Large Velcro flap. Bungee Loop grommets already installed. Pencil holder on each side.
Security and Ease of Attachment:
Oversized 10" x 14" Back offers ease of attachment and greatly increases pocket retention. By extending the pocket backing beyond the outline of the actual pocket, and eliminating the binding tape typically used to finish the edge of glue on pockets, the DSS pocket is much easier to successfully mount. Extending the back beyond the outline of the pocket means the corners of the pocket are much less likely to peel up in use. This design loads the corners of the pocket in shear, not peel. Adhesives perform much better in shear. With no binding tape at the edge of the DSS pocket there is no â€œbump" to try and glue down.
Available with a 3mm Neoprene Back. The neoprene pockets are intended to be attached to neoprene exposure suits. These pockets can be glued to the suit, or glued and sewn to the suit in the same manner as a knee pad. The use of modest amounts of adhesive and sewing allow the pocket to be recovered from a failing wetsuit and moved to a new suit.