Depending on what you need them to do, you can shingle them effectively if you keep in mind to use a thin one if you are putting them behind a thicker pouch. This is frequently done with a row of magazines, but it can be done with others, like a holster. The belt rig in the pic also has a long Flat pouch behind the ones with the crosses designed for a cloth litter. I use it for a combat casualty blanketThank you. Appreciate you sharing those tips. I never thought to try to double up pouches like that.