Ford Molle Bags Accessories?

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Has anyone bought the Molle Bag accessory from Ford?

I'm looking for a molle pouch to keep some nitrile gloves. Does this happen to have a pouch that would work with that? It's kind of hard to tell how some of them work.

I was looking at one on Amazon but thought I might pay a bit more and just get a bundle of bags.
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Has anyone bought the Molle Bag accessory from Ford?

I'm looking for a molle pouch to keep some nitrile gloves. Does this happen to have a pouch that would work with that? It's kind of hard to tell how some of them work.

I was looking at one on Amazon but thought I might pay a bit more and just get a bundle of bags.
For those like me who do not get out enough, I looked up Molle Bag and found this:
MOLLE stands for Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment, and it was created as an update to ALICE or All-Purpose Lightweight Individual Carrying Equipment in the 1990's.

I hope this helps the OP get what they are looking for. Now I'm off to find out what nitrille gloves are!

UPDATE: Nitrile is waterproof, greaseproof, oil proof and most importantly, chemical resistant to a range of common chemicals and substances.

I'm going back into my cave now.
 

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For those like me who do not get out enough, I looked up Molle Bag and found this:
MOLLE stands for Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment, and it was created as an update to ALICE or All-Purpose Lightweight Individual Carrying Equipment in the 1990's.

I hope this helps the OP get what they are looking for. Now I'm off to find out what nitrille gloves are!

UPDATE: Nitrile is waterproof, greaseproof, oil proof and most importantly, chemical resistant to a range of common chemicals and substances.

I'm going back into my cave now.
I seriously doubt you don’t know about MOLLE and nitrile gloves 😉https://www.broncosportforum.com/forum/threads/molle-things.8818/

for the OP … Amazon does have a good selection of MOLLE bags just as good or better than Ford’s.

OP… there is this link but I didn’t check if it’s about Ford MOLLE products

https://www.broncosportforum.com/forum/threads/molle-accessories-suggestions.6018/
 

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Bought the ones from Ford . . . really like them. There are more bags in the pack than I could fit on the straps at one time, but gives you lots of options and the left overs make for good storage in w/spare tire. Also, if you have Ford points you can use them for the bags.
 


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Personally, I wear them when I pump gas. Where I live we have to pump our own gas. Keeps my hands from getting grimy and smelling like fuel. One pair lasts a long time for that purpose. Works for checking oil and other grimy engine bits too.

Another reason to have a 'clean' pair or two in the car is to render first aid assistance while protecting yourself from contact with the victim's blood.
 

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Personally, I wear them when I pump gas. Where I live we have to pump our own gas. Keeps my hands from getting grimy and smelling like fuel. One pair lasts a long time for that purpose. Works for checking oil and other grimy engine bits too.

Another reason to have a 'clean' pair or two in the car is to render first aid assistance while protecting yourself from contact with the victim's blood.
I am glad I dont ride share with you......."contact with the victim's blood"
 
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Why do you need to carry nitrile gloves? :inspect:
Hmm. Honestly never thought about it. But I saw a molle pouch accessory on another site. I thought it may be handy have some on the seat back. The one I saw was about $25, found one for $15, then remembered Ford sells a kit of several of them for $50.

I actually used to keep a box in my trunk. For those times when if I need to change a tire on the way to work or something like that. I don't mind getting my hands dirty but I'd rather not walk into a restaurant or work with grease all over, if I can avoid it.
 
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Bought the ones from Ford . . . really like them. There are more bags in the pack than I could fit on the straps at one time, but gives you lots of options and the left overs make for good storage in w/spare tire. Also, if you have Ford points you can use them for the bags.
Is there a little pouch that could work with a few pairs of gloves? One looks like a trash bag (I already have one of those), a couple looked like regular pouches and I couldn't tell with the others.
 


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I have some from Amazon. I would go that route personlly, but with the current 15% from Ford Accessories it's not a terrible deal except for you have to get black bags. It depends on if you'll use all the bags. If not then just find a couple on Amazon in the sizes you want and you'll save some money most likely.
 

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Is there a little pouch that could work with a few pairs of gloves? One looks like a trash bag (I already have one of those), a couple looked like regular pouches and I couldn't tell with the others.
There are a couple small bags which I'm sure would hold rolled up "surgical" type gloves. Other's are right -- you could find appropriate bags cheaper on Amazon. I bought mine in '21 right after picking up my BS; had points and decided to use them.
 

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So maybe I bought a BS for the wrong reasons. I needed a somewhat-economical passenger vehicle that could haul stuff occasionally. And I didn't want another Escape. And I'm a Ford retiree, so it was going to be a Ford. And I wanted something somewhat cool. Therefore, BS!

I live in a SoCal wine region...no snow, rarely any mud. Yesterday, I drove into a winery that has an unpaved gravel lot, so I had that pretty well under control.

But at least I can use those seatback MOLLE straps for something, right? Maybe a cup holder for the backseat rider's caramel Frappuccino? A Grey Poupon holder? Extra wine glass holders? No kids, so I don't need to hang a soccer ball there.

Must be some other suburban adventurer items I need back there...
 

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Bought the ones from Ford . . . really like them. There are more bags in the pack than I could fit on the straps at one time, but gives you lots of options and the left overs make for good storage in w/spare tire. Also, if you have Ford points you can use them for the bags.
Same here. Bought them with my Ford Pass Points. Hung a few on the Molle straps on the seat backs cause they look cool. One even fits a small flashlight. Plenty of space for gloves.

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