At the risk of reviving a necrothread, I'd like to add my review for the ICE TCCC bag- mine finally arrived the other day.
Phil has plenty of pictures up, so I'll dispense with that. The only difference is that mine ahs the elastic loops in the rear compartment that Phil had mentioned would be added to all future models.
The bag is alrger than I had expected from looking at the pictures Phil posted- I'm not sure what I had expected, but it's simply alrger than I thought it would be. No problem though; TCCC supplies don't weigh much, and I still think it's many times more convenient than the issued leg bag. There's no trail of medical breadcrumbs left on the ground when you suddenly had to move in a hurry and the pouch wasn't properly closed. Gravity does a ncie job of holding everything in its palce.
Right now I have loaded and organized 7 field dressings (4x Israeli, 2x CF, in the main bag; 1x OALES bandage in one of the expterior pouches), 4x CAT tourniquets (three in the other outside pouch, one inside the main pouch), my shears in the same outside pouch as the dressing, several pairs of gloves, 2 packs of compressed gauze, four or five rolls of rolled gauze for wound packing, 2 triangular bandages 3 Asherman chest seals, 2 pneumothorax kits, 2 NPAs with the tubes of lube taped to them, a fistful of different sized Tegaderm bandages, 2 disposable breath valves, Quickclot (in the rear pouch, with a couple more packs to be added once I get in theatre), casualty triage cards, and a couple of field dressing wrappers for occlusive dressings. It all fits well with some room to spare. I intend to add a couple NPAs, and maybe lighten up on the gauze (replacing a couple of CF or Israeli dressings with OALES dressings gives me spare gauze to work with anyway). Other than that I'm ahppy with the loadout.
The weight is negligible, though of course it does have some bulk to it. I could add mroe stuff, but I should be good with this. The bag holds it well, with plenty of elastic loops for sorting and organizing The exterior pouches are very well sized, and there are three rows of four-channel MOLLE webbing between the two front pouches, leaving you with many options for additional stuff. I have my eye on a collapsible dump pouch as one possibility- somewhere to toss my leather gloves while I'm working on someone, or whatever else may arise.
All in all, a very well designed and thought out piece of kit. I reccomment it to anyone who will be employed as TCCC.