Whiskey Two Four proudly supports gear makers by offering COTS design and manufacturing solutions for integration into their finished products. Their latest development is the PALS/MOLLE-compatible “WTFix” system of Strapped, Strapless, Straps, Surface and Grid.
The WTFix system components are precision laser-cut from extremely durable, engineered Hypalon fabric. WTFix is as light as it is tough, with components weighing as little as .1oz / 3 grams. WTFix is cost effective replacing both the weight and complexity of traditional nylon webbing as well as the labor necessary to build it.
WTFix Strapped backers are a self contained attachment solution integrated by the gearmaker at the manufacturing level. Nothing else is needed to mount on modular platforms. WTFix Strapped are available in short (2 row) and long (3 row) in 2, 3, 4, and 6 column widths.
WTFix Strapless backers are integrated by the gearmaker at the manufacturing level and are compatible with Whiskey Two Four’s WTFix Straps, Tactical Tailor’s MALICE Clip, Blade-Tech’s Molle-Lok, BLACKHAWKS!’ Speed Clips, Maxpedition’s TacTie, and similar. WTF Strapless are available in short (2 row) and long (3 row) in 2, 3, 4, and 6 column widths.
WTFix Straps are used to attach compatible modular pouches to modular platforms. WTFix Straps are available in short (2 row) and long (3 row).
WTFix Surface is as an alternative to traditional nylon webbing for modular mounting options on the front and sides of pouches and bags.
WTFix Grid may be used as a stand alone or integrated solution to accept WTFix Strapped, Strapless, Straps, and similar PALS compatible modular attachment systems.
From pattern-making to laser-cut textiles to custom-printed milspec tags and more, WTF strive to make applicable technologies and materials readily available and affordable to manufacturers large and small.
As with other WTF products, WTFix is manufactured in the United States by US citizens from US made materials on US manufactured machinery.
WTFix components and other solutions are available at wtfidea.com.
Please email questions to [email protected].