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• The K19 Plate Carrier is the most comfortable plate carrier on the market. Designed, tested and battle-proven in Israel and behind enemy lines with some of the IDF's most elite units.
• It has a one-size-fits-all cummerbund and multi-size plate bag absolving the need to make complicated and risky sizing choices when buying.
• The Plate Carrier employs our Egress™ Quick-release system and proprietary Fast-Adjust™ Cummerbundthat can be adjusted and fine-tuned in real time, by the wearer. The ability to adjust it yourself, on the fly, is critical in order to avoid unnecessary fatigue and compromised combat awareness.
• The K19 is also placard-compatible, with both upper attachment points and a new laser-cut loop overlay. It allows you to either add velcro-backed placards instantly, or use the mil spec, bartacked molle underneath to attach regular molle pouches.
• Both left and right quick detach buckles are removable so that you can replace them with minimalist slide buckles (included) for an even lower profile better for shouldering your rifle.
• The rear of the K19 plate bags have a triple layer of low profile fusion foam to remain comfortable even when using the K19 with hard steel or ceramic armor plates (no need for a plate backer).
• The K19 is compatible with the AMAP III Assault pack so you can attach it directly in seconds. No threading MOLLE, no hassle.
• The K19 Plate Carrier has traveled many miles and has crossed borders into some of the most dangerous places in the world in order to bring you one of the most detailed and thought out plate carriers on earth.
The approximate size of the packed product or the sales package is 480 x 410 x 140 mm.
Weight1,3 kg(Includes the weight of the sales package if present)
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