When I first got the Ten-Speed pouch I had meant for it to be used on my rig as a cheaper alternative for a hard plastic Fast Mag pouch. The attachment system they used is a tad more difficult to get on than the standard snaps, but it is much more sturdy and would withstand the weight much better. The material and stitching has stood well against Arizona scrub brush which normally takes cloth and tears it to ribbons. My only major complaint is the stiffness of the elastic. The elastic was so difficult that it took two hands and a minute of effort to insert a single M4 mag in all the way when I first received it. When I had left the magazine in the pouch for nearly a month it had loosened up to the point that i wanted it. It shows I won't really worry about the elastic losing the magazine, but If i had known I would have bought two Fast Mag pouches and left it there.
stronger attachment system than traditional
Nearly impossible to use until broken in
slightly more difficult to attach to the vest