HSGI Announces Covert Med Kit – 247 Trauma Wrap

HSGI 247 Trauma Wrap
HSGI 247 Trauma Wrap

Swansboro NC-(Ammoland.com)- Manufacturer of Battle Proven Tactical Gear, High Speed Gear is pleased to announce the addition of the 247 Trauma Wrap to their line of first aid products.

The 247 Trauma Wrap is designed to streamline the carry and deployment of essential life-saving equipment, helping users “Stop the Bleed” in response to gunshot wounds. The ability to covertly carry the essentials, making the 247 Trauma Wrap a top choice for civilian EDC, or covert military or law enforcement use.

“In this life unexpected things happen. Being prepared to deal with those events can mean the difference between life and death.” said Ryan Damaska, sales manager “Learn to stop the bleed and carry the gear you need to do the job.”


  • Designed for one tourniquet, combat gauze, compact compression bandage, and nitrile gloves
  • Expandable storage will also fit chest seals, gauze and a clothing cutter if desired
  • Glove pocket on elastic strap folds flat when not used
  • Neoprene padding behind tourniquet pocket protects the ankle from hard contact with a tourniquet
  • Neoprene padding adds grip to eliminate slipping and sliding of wrap during wear
  • Features breathable 3D mesh for comfort
  • Heavy duty elastic strap offers good fit over leg or boot
  • Dimensions: 18.25”L x 2”W x 5.5”H, 4.4oz
  • Metric: 46.35cm x 5.08cm x 13.97cm, 124.73g


For more information please visit: www.highspeedgear.com

MSRP: $54

About High Speed Gear

The High Speed Gear company, is dedicated to building the best 100% Made in the USA, Battle-Proven Tactical Gear™. Our products are designed for the highest level of comfort, functionality, and versatility. Satisfaction is guaranteed for all of our customers, whether military, law enforcement or responsibly armed citizens. Our products are user-driven and are designed based on the operational experiences of a wide variety of end users.

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2 years ago

$54 and nothing is included but the ankle pouch itself? I estimate that you could, for $10 more, add the essentials you mentioned simply because you’re buying in bulk. As it is, not for me.