Due to being <monkey> Sized (5'4" 125lbs) Most drop legs were not made with me in mind and have long connection straps. This causes the drop leg to ride low and hit my kneepads and generally be lower than I'd like. Some other dropleg designs addressed this by adding webbing on the back of the drop leg to mount it to one's belt. Sure this works at getting a high ride, but then you have to bend the whole dropleg just to move your leg.
As a result I made this dropleg system to attatch to one's belt and be as high as possible, but the swivi-buckle allows for freedom of movement. The connection can velcro wrap around a standard belt or Malice clip onto a battle belt with PALS. One can also do this directly onto one's carrier/chest rig, but this limits one's lean side to side movement. This is the first run experiment so a little sloppy. Changes planned include moving the 2" leg strap down further and turning the 1" leg strap into a 1.5" strap and rasing it a little. It ended up the way it did since I was trying to get away with just the 2", but didn't work out so added the 1" as an after-thought operation. The buckle size differences are to aid in quicker buckling on reducing confusion which buckle goes where. The back is a sheet of ToughTek antislip material with closed cell foam padding in the middle for comfort. Longer pieces of elastic were used on the leg straps to help in a better fit and elastic loops added to keep extra slack.
-Update: The swivi buckle became squeaky when weight was put in the pouch. It could not be fixed with lubricants. Maybe someday I'll try again with 2 swivi buckles or a classic SRB.