SAM XT Extremity Tourniquets

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The SAM® XT Extremity Tourniquet is engineered for rapid application in the harshest conditions. Its innovative design requires fewer windlass turns, enabling easier, faster training and more intuitive use. Meets MIL-STD 810G for durability. In addition, the SAM® XT Extremity Tourniquet is now a recommended limb tourniquet (non-pneumatic) by Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (CoTCCC).


  • TRUFORCE™ BUCKLE: Slack is the main cause of a failed tourniquet application. The TRUFORCE™ buckle technology auto-locks to eliminate nearly all tourniquet slack by incorporating innovative baseline force control, activating locking prongs.
  • TRUFLEX™ PLATE: Made of 100% nylon, the TRUFLEX™ Plate distributes forces as targeted circumferentials pressure while providing additional support for the Metal Windlass Rod.
  • METAL WINDLASS ROD & TIME BAND: The Metal Windlass Rod is machined of lightweight 6061-T6 aluminum giving it reliable strength and durability. The weather-resistant, night vision-optimized Time Band allos for secure usage in any environment.
  • PRECISION STRAP: Velcro-dependent tourniquets can fail when wet or dirty. SAM XT solves this problem with the all-weather Precision Strap, made of single-layer nylon webbing and featuring intervaled holes that lock with the TRUFORCE™ Buckle to create a consistent, efficient primary security system. The secondary hook and loop system secures the remaining strap, adding stability and safety.


  • Product comes in 3 colors: Black, Orange or Blue

All orders are shipped via ground except for certain larger orders, ambulance cots, etc. which ship via commercial trucking service.

When shipping ground you can expect the following transit days to your location. Please note: The transit days are based on business days.

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