Mountain Ankle IFAK Trauma Kit

(9 customer reviews)



This kit is designed for covert or convenient EDC carry of a trauma kit. It includes the Wilderness Tactical Ankle Cuff and high quality components. Choose your own tourniquet and hemostatic bandage. With any chosen configuration these components will fit nicely into the ankle cuff.

Contents Include:

Ankle Cuff from Wilderness Tactical

Made of our XHD elastic webbing, the Ankle Cargo Cuff has 5 main storage cells and a 6th compact slip-pocket. Designed with a wide range of adjustment, one size will comfortably fit nearly everyone. An additional field of loop material is stitched to the interior surface to create comfortable friction to keep the cuff in position.

Choice of Tourniquet

The SWAT-T is a versatile proven tourniquet. Just wrap and stretch using the instructions printed on the tourniquet itself to ensure proper application. Unlike many popular tourniquets, it can be applied on animals or any appendage. It can also double as a compression bandage in a pinch.

The SOF® Tourniquet Gen 5 is approved for use by the Department of Defense, approved for use by the Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care, and the tourniquet of choice for the American Red Cross.

Choice of Hemostatic Dressing

HemCon® ChitoGauze® XR PRO is a revolutionary hemostatic dressing for the external, temporary control of severely bleeding wounds. This dressing features a polyester/rayon blend non-woven medical gauze that is coated with chitosan. It is Z-folded and packaged in a vacuum-sealed pouch that is compact, rugged and features Red-Tip Technology®.

QuikClot® Bleeding and Control Dressing Gauze is white, nonwoven, hydrophilic gauze impregnated with kaolin, an inorganic mineral that is both safe and effective in accelerating the body's natural clotting cascade without any exothermic reactions or use of animal or human proteins. It is Z-folded and packaged in a vacuum-sealed pouch.

Hyfin Compact Twin Chest Seal

The HyFin Vent Twin Pack which gives responders two vented chest seals in a compact packaging for the treatment of penetrating injuries to the chest. Designed with 3-vented channels that allow air to escape the chest cavity during exhalation but prevents air from entering through the injury site during inhalation. Each HyFin Vent Compact Chest Seal is 4.75” x 4.75” and made with advanced adhesive to provide a superior adhesion in the most adverse conditions, including sweaty or hairy casualties.

Contained in a rugged, easy-to-open foil pouch, the perforated packaging allows users to open only one dressing at a time as needed. Its small packaging is ideal for low-profile kits as you do not have to fold it to get it to fit in your kit, go-bag, cargo pocket or body armor.

TacMed Compact Trauma Bandage

The Compact Trauma Bandage from TacMed Solutions is a simple, effective pressure dressing designed to treat non-life-threatening hemorrhaging. It utilizes an elastic wrap material that can be used to generate pressure and a sterile wound pad that can be placed directly over the injury to aid in the control of bleeding. The bandage is flat-folded and vacuum-sealed to create a low profile so it can be easily stored.

1 Pair of Large Nitrile Gloves

These heavy-duty strength gloves (5-mil thick) are made from medical grade synthetic rubber. They are puncture-resistant, stretchable and ambidextrous. They are disposable and designed for single use. These are size Large, designed to fit an overwhelming majority of American adults.

They are individually pre-wrapped in pairs and packaged for easy and fast deployment. Designed to fit in ankle cuffs and other compact IFAK pouches and carriers.

Nitrile gloves are a superior alternative to traditional latex as they offer greater durability, chemical resistance and control while simultaneously being non-allergenic. Take comfort in knowing these gloves are Latex-Free and Powder-Free.

Trauma Shears

Tested by our team with simple fabrics, cotton & poly blends, thick fleece, multiple layers of denim, through seams, with gauze & elastic bandages, tape, and much much more. Will cut right the first time through anything you need without any separation between the blades or weakness in the pivot point.

They will fit in any IFAK or medical kit at only 14.5cm long. Professionally designed for doctors, nurses, EMT & EMS. Blunt tips keep your patient safe.

Additional information

Weight 14 oz
Dimensions 20.5 × 18 × 10 cm

9 reviews for Mountain Ankle IFAK Trauma Kit

  1. Brandon (verified owner)

    Great compact kit.

  2. Ryan Fincher (verified owner)

    Great kit, very happy with shipping and arrival times.

  3. Will (verified owner)

    I like this a lot. I wear it standing security for my church or if the wife and I go out. I’ve got kinda big legs and it was a little tight at first but formed well after the first couple times I wore it and mostly it was the items needing to settle around my leg. I’d like to see a strap for the shears as they pop out sometimes. This rig prints a little but not bad.

    • Brian McLaughlin

      Hey Will! Thanks for the comment. I figured out a little hack for the shears… If you take some of those hook and loop cable keepers (the kind you get at Walmart for electronic cable management) and position the shears near the Velcro on the kit, you can secure the shears to the kit. Works pretty good.

  4. Scott Thigpen (verified owner)

    Guys I found this ankle ifak is a great solution for everyday ifak carry for those of us who don’t have the pockets for everything. I’ve been wearing it for a week now while working, driving, and just walking around. I was skeptical at first it wouldn’t be comfortable but after some adjustments and arranging the contents the right way, there’s no pressure or rubbing at all. Even fits my jeans with the smallest cuffs. Even enough room for a small backup gun if you want.

  5. Jim Maclellan (verified owner)

    Great kit my only real complaint if you could even call it one is the shears falling out from time to time , I saw the recommendation for a velcro strap I will do that , very comfortable and fits well , thanks

  6. Mark Painter (verified owner)

    You have time to go get a first aid kit for minor injuries. Having a trauma kit on you at all times drastically cuts down the time involved with rendering aid during a critical situation. This kit has the right stuff that could help save someone’s life in a situation you never want to come across. Yet, I’d hate not to have it if it was ever needed. You could certainly improvise without this kit, but having this makes rendering aid so much more efficient. A great EDC kit. I’m impressed how comfortable it is.

  7. Hunter (verified owner)

    I’ve had this kit with the SWAT-T tourniquet for a couple of months now. I don’t wear it every day, mainly due to clothing restrictions. If you have more tailored pants, this just ain’t gonna cut it. I find I can only wear it with looser fitting pants, and it seems to be most comfortable with mid hight boots. That’s no fault of the kit; just a fact. So I wear it as often as possible, and adjust my wardrobe to accommodate this IFAK when I really want to have it on me. It’s pretty comfortable overall, especially with tall socks and mid hight boots that it can ride on top of.

  8. David Thomas (verified owner)

    I wear this kit daily with the SOF-T tourniquet. Even with me adding extra gauze, this is very comfortable to wear and is not noticeable. Never had a problem with it while wearing boots or sneakers, but I’ve had to make slight adjustments to it while wearing dress shoes and suit pants when I sit and stand. Not a big deal and no fault of the IFAK ankle kit. Highly recommended!

  9. Darin Lewandowski (verified owner)

    You have to wear long socks to keep the velcro from itching your leg. I keep mine at the top of my 8″ boot so it won’t slide down. I rotate mine so the shears are on the inside because they print the handle on the pants. You have to tuck every item in each pocket, or they will bother the heck out of you. The long chest seal packaging acts like a blade on your leg when you are climbing stairs or running. The pant leg tends to ride up on the pouch when you cross your legs while sitting, so you are always having to use your other foot or hand to pull the pant leg down. A velcro strap over each pocket would help to keep items from creeping up and out.

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