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ADI Triangular Bandage (Cravats)ADI Triangular Bandage (Cravats)

Triangular Bandage (Cravats)


Triangular Bandage (Cravats) are mainly used as an arm sling; it can also be used as a head bandage.

SKU: TB-23040 Categories: ,


Muslin cloth Triangular Bandages can be used for a variety of applications.

Triangular Bandage (Cravats) are indispensable for any medical emergency. They come individually wrapped and includes 2 safety pins. These bandages are commonly used to compress various injuries and used as arm sling, cravat bandage, cover for head dressing, support sprains and/or broken bones. An essential item that should be in your Tactical Medical gear kit.

  • Made from top quality Berry Compliant muslin cloth for maximum comfort.
  • Each arm sling comes in an individually zip closed polybag making sure the bandages get to you clean and safe to use.
  • Latex Free: Not made from natural rubber latex making it ideal for those with latex allergies.

Dimensions: 40″ x 40″ x 56″

Additional information

Additional information

Weight 0.05 lbs
Dimensions 5 × 5 × 1 in



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