Hipbelt Pocket - Olive Green

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Belt pouches that attach to the PALS webbing on our hipbelts. Dual zipper sliders mean that you can use it on either hip. Available in all pack fabric colors to match your Seek Outside system. Perfect for holding snacks, cameras, bug dope and anything else you want close at hand on the trail.


5"x 5"x 3"

Weighs less then 3 oz.

Requires three channels of PALS webbing, can be used with our Small sized belt (with two channels of PALS webbing) but it will not be ideal.

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  • 5
    Highly Functional

    Posted by Matt B on 12th Apr 2019

    The hipbelt pocket is a great way to keep small items secure on your hipbelt for easy access. I use one for small snacks, sunscreen and my Point and Shoot camera. The other pocket houses my rangefinder and a few extra rounds for my rifle.

    Pocket attaches to the belt with "sewn on" security. The zipper closure keeps everything inside the pocket when leaning over with the pack on. Great addition to the pack system!

  • 5
    Hip belt pocket

    Posted by Justin on 18th Dec 2018

    This hip belt pocket is a great addition to my Gila backpack. It is cavernous compared to most hip belt pockets that come on other packs but they have devised a good way of attaching it so it's rock solid and doesn't flop around. It's perfect for all my small items when on extended backpacking trips (phone, headlamp, battery pack, cords, chargers, lighter, etc.). It is also durable; I used it for about the last 500 miles of my PCT thru hike and it shows no sign of wear.

  • 4
    Hipbelt pocket

    Posted by Bill O on 31st Aug 2018

    Not a bad hip belt pocket. It's pretty dang deep and can hold lots of items. I wish there was a divider since it is so deep. I'm sure I can get used to it. It is a little loud when trying to sneak around but nothing that can't be compensated for.

  • 5
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  • 5
    Hip pouch

    Posted by Josh Green on 28th May 2018

    The hip pouch is a great addition. Giving you the perfect amount of space and easy access to items you use often is a real benefit while on the trail. It doesn’t get in the way while moving around and weighs next to nothing. I’ve done a few trips with it as an addition and am very happy with the purchase.

  • 5
    Extra pocket

    Posted by P Fulton on 16th May 2018

    Exactly what I needed for carrying snacks without having to empty my big pack. Easy to get to and holds just enough.

  • 2
    Gets in the way

    Posted by Tom S on 30th Apr 2018

    I want to like the hip belt pocket and mesh water bottle carrier, because they're otherwise well designed and built. But I can't find any way to mount them so that they don't interfere with the natural swing of my arms while walking. If someone can tell me how to use them without constantly bumping into them, I'll update my review.

    Manufacturer Note:
    There are a lot fo dependencies there. Often the solution is to mount them as far toward the rear of the belt as possible. Otherwise, smaller pockets , but you loose usable volume.

  • 5
    Hipbelt pocket and water bottle holder

    Posted by Chris B. on 9th Nov 2017

    I bought two of these. One for each side. I plan on using one for my Garmin and Phone/Camera and one for snacks. The size of these are just right. My other brand name pack has pockets built into the belt but are a funny shape and small size.
    I also plan to buy the water bottle holder. Even though the SO packs are easier to reach back for water than on other packs, I've found that when I am tired and holding trekking poles, I need to get at the water bottle with less of a reach around. I also like the idea of transferring water weight from the back of the pack to the lower front side.

  • 4
    HipBelt Pocket Review

    Posted by Don Kerlee on 5th Oct 2017

    I am pleased with the product as far as it is precisely the product I need, but vi am having some difficulty attaching it to my hip belt. A simple instruction sheet would be nice.