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D.A.R.K. "Blue Line" Trauma Kit

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The D.A.R.K. "Blue Line" Kit is a slim fit, flat, low profile kit that is ideal for placement in cargo pockets or bags. It comes in a black 400D sleeve and measures 4.5" W x 6" L x 0.5" D and weighs in at 9 oz.

The kit contains:

1 x QuikClot Combat Gauze LE

1x Pair Hyfin Vent Compact Seals

1x Nitrile Gloves

1x H&H Mini Compression Bandage

COLOR: Black Only

15 Reviews

  • 5
    Awesome trauma kit

    Posted by Aquiles on May 11th 2023

    This trauma kit fits perfectly in my cargo pocket, is not too noticeable and I also added and emergency blanket in it. I truly recommend this product.

  • 5
    Flat and Compact

    Posted by Jerimiah on Mar 2nd 2021

    I ordered 2 of these to keep in the hydration part of my Camelbak Backpack and sling bag. I had been looking for a EDC type kit that I can carry with little printing, flat, and carry what I need in any major trauma until I get access to a larger kit. The DARK Blue Line Trauma Kit met those requirements. Just add a tourniquet and you are good to go.

  • 5
    Excellent medical kit

    Posted by Ozzy on Sep 4th 2020

    I got this kit a few days ago and I was impressed right of way. I've been carrying it at work in my side cargo pocket and I love it. I'm even trying to get some of my guys to get some.

  • 5
    Fits Great in Vest and Cargo Pocket

    Posted by Anthony on Jul 24th 2019

    I've had this kit a few weeks so far and have placed it in my vest zipper pocket and cargo pocket. It is noticable but not cumbersome. The only minor complaint I have is the actual kit sits a little too tight into the sleeve. I love it though and plan to purchase a couple more for off-duty and the spouse to carry in her range bag.

  • 5
    Great Kit

    Posted by Howard Ward on May 17th 2019

    This is a great compact kit. I carry it in my vest that I wear every day so it has become my EDC kit to go along with the tourniquet I wear on my belt.

  • 5
    Thin blue line trauma kit

    Posted by cody sharpe on Mar 16th 2019

    This kit fits perfectly inside my vest. The tab allows for easy access to pull the kit out of my vest. This kit is also small enough to fit into a cargo pants pockets which is great for range days.

  • 5
    Great way to keep medical on your person.

    Posted by Brian S. on Dec 17th 2017

    Fortunately, I have yet to use this product. It contains all the necessities of a good trauma kit. It slips into the cargo pocket of my uniform so I can easily carry medical gear while on duty.

  • 5
    Blue Line trauma kit

    Posted by Steve Linsey on Nov 1st 2017

    I have 2 units, one in my hiking bag and one in my EDC. Great size with everything you need in a compact package. Highly recommended for daily carry...

  • 5
    Great for EDC

    Posted by Brad Levy on Jul 3rd 2017

    It's a great size! Fits into a cargo pocket with ease! Needed something smaller than the one I carry on my vest. Just tuck it in a pocket and go. Great for off duty carry.

  • 5

    Posted by JOSH on Feb 9th 2017


  • 5
    Perfect combination for day hiking/woods carry

    Posted by Steve Lindsey on Nov 14th 2016

    I just got back from the Direct Action Response Training in Yakima and immediately ordered the Blue Line kit for my Hill People Gear Original Kit Bag. The kit has everything I was looking for in a pocket trauma kit in a slim/light profile. You can see the set up here: Highly recommended, -Steve

  • 4
    Great off duty pocket kit

    Posted by CP on Aug 9th 2016

    This is a great kit to carry off duty. It easily fits my 5.11 Taclite Pro shorts and pants that I wear when I'm off duty. It has everything a first responder needs to treat massive bleeding and open chest wounds. If the SWAT-T doesn't work you still have Celox Rapid and a pressure bandage to stop the bleeding. Or the SWAT-T can be used on one wound and the gauze and pressure bandage can be used on another. The sleeve is a great idea also. The last pocket kit I had from another company just had a plastic vacuum sealed bag that didn't last long at all. The long straps at the top of the sleeve make it easy to retreive from a pocket.