Keeping one’s car neat and organized is no easy task, which is why a car seat back organizer can be such a life saver. But a tactical organizer like Roaring Fire’s Razorback Car Seat Back Organizer goes way above and beyond when it comes to keeping your car tidy.
With adjustable top and bottom straps, two detachable YKK-zippered pouches, one large insert pocket, 3 rows of MOLLE webbing and 16 elastic loops. There’s no end to what you can store in the Razorback. These are just a few ways you can utilize this innovative car storage system:
We all have our own preferred gear that we include in our everyday carry—the items that we simply don’t want to get caught without in case they’re needed. Whatever your EDC may consist of, there’s room for it all in your car seat back organizer. This is a great way to keep your EDC essentials organized and have them handy on the road.
It’s also a great way to expand your EDC so you don’t have to carry it in your pockets or on your belt 100% of the time. With two removable zippered pockets and MOLLE webbing to attach additional pouches, the Roaring Fire Razorback is a great car organizer for holding your everyday carry arsenal.
It’s often hard to find a good place in your car to store electronics, but a car seat back organizer is a great option. You can use it as a convenient place to keep your phone, camera, GPS and other devices safe and secure. It’s great for spare batteries, chargers, power cords and headphones too.
The fabric of a car seat back organizer can also help keep sensitive electronics cooler than if they were out in the open, and offers some protection from the harsh sunlight. Plus, using the zippered pouches to store electronics keeps them out of sight from would-be robbers.
One thing you should always have on the road is a first aid kit. Basic medical supplies are great things to keep in your car seat back organizer so they’re always within easy reach. From bandages and tourniquets to medical tape and gauze, you’ll be glad you have medical supplies handy if an accident or injury occurs.
The two removable pouches that come with the Roaring Fire Razorback Car Seat Back Organizer are just the right size for containing medical supplies. Each one also has a velcro field, so you can attach a medical patch, making it easy to label them as such.
Whether you work with tools for a living or simply like to be prepared, it’s never a bad idea to have a good selection of tools handy when you’re on the go. The MOLLE attachments on a bag like the Razorback can be used to secure various hand tools, like pliers, wire cutters, knives and screwdrivers.
The Razorback Car Seat Back Organizer is also compatible with separate tool roll bags like the Roaring Fire Armadillo Tool Roll Pouch. You can attach a tool roll to the MOLLE on your Razorback, making it easy to keep an even wider array of tools at your disposal.
Packing for a camping trip often involves throwing as much stuff into your car as possible, essentially cramming loose gear into any space where it’ll fit. The result is usually an organizational nightmare in which it’s almost impossible to find anything.
A car seat back organizer is a great solution, especially for smaller items of camping gear that tend to get lost. The 16 elastic loops on the Roaring Fire Razorback—separate from the 3 rows of MOLLE webbing—are the perfect size to secure camping tools like a hatchet, survival knife, hammer and utility saw. You can also use your organizer for everything from clothesline to tent stakes.
Are you the sort of guy who always keeps a spare rod and reel in the car in case you pass by a fishy-looking pond or stream on your daily rounds? If so, then you’ll probably be glad to know that with a car seat back organizer, it’s easy to ensure that you always have a good selection of tackle and lures handy.
The MOLLE webbing on the Razorback is perfect for attaching any MOLLE-compatible fly wallet, tackle bag or fishing lure pouch, and the removable zippered compartments can also easily be used for this purpose. Fishing tools like a filet knife, hook remover and needle-nose pliers also fit right into the elastic loops.
We don’t often find ourselves in true survival situations. But unexpected things can happen at any time, and it’s always better to be prepared. If your car breaks down way out in the wilderness, you’ll be glad you stocked your car seat back organizer with survival essentials.
In addition to the aforementioned first aid kit and the knives and tools that might already be part of your EDC, you can use your Razorback to store fire starters and tinder, an emergency blanket, flashlight, radio, paracord, emergency food rations, and any other supplies you may want. Maybe you’ll need them someday, and maybe you won’t—but it’s always better to be prepared.
Snacks and Toys
Look, if you have kids, then you know that a lot of your so-called “tactical” gear will ultimately end up getting used for things that are far from tactical. At a certain point, you might as well just accept it. This is your life now.
Anyway, it just so happens that your Razorback car seat back organizer is pretty perfect for storing all the gear and supplies you need to keep your kids happy and entertained on the road. Stock it full of favorite toys, a few healthy snacks, maybe a few books and a game or two, and you’ll be good to go!