Mk. IV Utility Pouch

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Mk. IV Utility Pouch

59.00

MK. IV UTILITY POUCH

Lift off. Leave nothing behind. 

Taking its cues from the Navy Mk. IV pressure suit, used extensively from 1959 until the early 1970s, this low-profile pouch features aluminized-nylon coated fabric with a diagonal brass YKK® zipper and pull tabs for quick access. Carry this piece inside your bag to keep essentials within reach, or attach the steel D-ring to a carabiner or bolt-snap outside.

This design features dual-layer of safety orange 400D coated pack cloth to keep your belongings dry.

This homage to the Mercury missions is handmade, start to finish, in our Pittsburgh studio and ships within 7-10 business days. 

*For International purchases, please contact us!

Materials:

  • Aluminized-Nylon Coated Utility Fabric

  • YKK® Brass Zipper

  • 400D Pack Cloth

Features:

  • Diagonal zipper for larger opening

  • Mercury Era NASA "meatball" patch

  • Heavy Duty Steel D-ring

  • Mercury Mk. IV Pressure Suit-Inspired Design

  • Hand-Stamped Label

Dimensions:

9"w x 9.5"h

Origins:

Made in USA

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Astronaut Gordon Cooper in his Mercury Pressure Suit.  Image Credit: NASA

Astronaut Gordon Cooper in his Mercury Pressure Suit. Image Credit: NASA

 
 
Astronaut M. Scott Carpenter wearing a Mercury pressure suit during astronaut training at Cape Canaveral, Florida.  Image Credit: NASA

Astronaut M. Scott Carpenter wearing a Mercury pressure suit during astronaut training at Cape Canaveral, Florida. Image Credit: NASA

 
 
Astronaut Gordon Cooper in his Mercury Pressure Suit.  Image Credit: NASA

Astronaut Gordon Cooper in his Mercury Pressure Suit. Image Credit: NASA