Whether you're stowing toiletries or putting a first aid kit together, start with the Outdoor Research Backcountry Organizer. The siliconzed nylon shrugs off wet conditions, and the multiple pockets keep small items safe and tidy.

  • Siliconized nylon is lightweight, durable, and water resistant
  • Zippered mesh compartment and multiple organizer pockets keep small items securely stowed

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5 5

Essential travel kit

These organizers are great for multiple uses. Makes for a perfect backcountry kitchen to store all of your utensils and cooking supplies. Also great for traveling to hold toothbrush and other small items that tend to get lost in a big bag.

5 5

Lightweight Organization

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

What a quality piece of gear! I purchased the OR Backcountry Medium Organizer was to organize (dah). Through it in your bag or in your lid and know where everything is. I use it for my kitchen/mess items, fire starting stuff, batteries, line, and my head lamp. My xBowl and cup fit great too. It is nice sitting by the fire knowing i have everything in reach without having to get up after a long day of hiking.

There are tons of pockets for storage, its lightweight and it expands to fit oddly shaped items. The material is durable and resist water and dirt. This would make an awesome bag for a first aid kit too.

5 5

Pretty badass little unit....

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I use it to hold all the small hunting items I'd rather not have in my pockets (knives, saw, advil, gloves, etc.)Works like a charm except the ringy dingy zippers. Ended up cutting them off and replacing with 2.5mm cord. No problem. It'd be cool if it in came in camo. Then again, it'd be cool if a lot of hiking gear came in camo since most of the camo gear available pretty much sucks....

Pretty badass little unit....
5 5

Nothing beats organization.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have had an older style of this organizer for probably 8 or 9 years and I just recently bought this newer model in medium. I use mine for a home made first aid / survival kit. The large pockets are great for separating gauze pads, sterile gloves, triangle bandages and your trusty compass and pocket knife. The smaller compartments then further sort your band aids, emergency whistle, and single serve medications. I wouldn't rely too much on the water resistance; especially after it has been in the bottom of your pack for six months, but usually my jackets and gear are packed around it to keep it clean and dry.

I highly recommend it to those OCD organizers out there.

4 5

Very handy organiser

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I got the small originally but will upgrade to the medium (the small looks similar but no tabs for the toothbrush - different pockets instead).
Many zippered compartments (and pockets) handy for sorting bits into various places, but even with all of them it's very light. Currently using the small as a first aid kit to get a couple of compression bandages along with lots of other pills, lotions, swabs and thin dressing pads (and could still jam more in if i needed). Will be getting the medium to see how that goes (gear junkie!). I've taken it in and out in a light rain but not really tested it by dunking it. Not sure it would ever get to that point!
All around a great organiser.