Maxpedition Beefy Pocket Organizer - Black 0266B

Maxpedition Beefy Pocket Organizer - Black 0266B

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Maxpedition Beefy Pocket Organizer - Black 0266B

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Maxpedition® beefed up the #0261 FATTY POCKET ORGANIZER for increased capacity. The Beefy Pocket Organizer is the largest of its kind with optimum interior space for standard flashlights, hand tools, large knives, 16OZ bottles, heavy cables and other fuller-sized gear. A full clamshell opening reveals a hefty main compartment, containing 15 elastic dividers and 2 large slip & zippered pockets. This portable utility carry is perfect for big jobs and can be dropped into your Maxpedition bag or attached to its exterior PALS webbing for extended travels.



  • Overall size: 6.25"(L) x 8.75"(H) x 2.5"(W)
  • Main compartment: 6"(L) x 8"(H) x 2"(W)
  • Exterior front: One (1) 5.75"(L) x 5.25"(H) mesh pocket and loop field for ID patch
  • Exterior rear: 3 rows x 4 channels PALS webbing with over-sized grab handle made from 1" webbing
  • Integrate using 3" TacTie® Attachment Straps
  • Full clamshell opening with dual YKK zippers
  • Interior left: One (1) 6"(L) x 6.5"(H) slip pocket with 9 horizontal elastic channels
  • Interior right: One (1) 8"(L) x 5"(H) zippered pocket and 6 vertical elastic channels
  • Center spine: 1 elastic retention loop
  • Internal D-Ring attachment point

Additional Information

Model 0266B
Color No
SKU max_0266B
Manufacturer Maxpedition


Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

Another excellent product from Maxpedition
In my recent expansion of my EDC, I came across the Maxpedition Beefy Organizer and I ordered it instantly. It sits perfectly in my 5.11 Rush 12 EDC bag, as well as fitting in the center console of my truck. It is a very nice size EDC that not only fits plenty of first aid and basic EDC items, but you can throw in a decent sized fixed blade or many other tools that wouldn't fit in with your normal EDC. I recommend this organizer to anyone who is serious about their EDC.
Review by Roundbails / (Posted on 5/20/2017)