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Tactical Vest

January 10, 2014
Approved by the NTOA, Fox Tactical's vest protects your vital organs, securely holding plates in the front, back, & sides. SHOT Show Booth #32010

Multipurpose Vests

December 1, 2008
PROTECH Tactical, part of the BAE Systems Products Group, announces the introduction of a new line of multi-purpose vests. The TAC PR (plate rack), the TAC LB (load bearing), and the TAC PH (plate harness) are engineered and designed to meet and exceed the needs of law enforcement officers in tactical situations.

VTAC Gear

November 1, 2008
At the request of end-users, some of 5.11’s VTAC tactical gear is now available in Tac OD green. Among them are 5.11’s rugged RUSH24 and RUSH72 backpacks, which feature heavy-duty stitching and self-healing YKK zippers. Innovations include compression straps, sternum straps, a hydration pocket, and webbing strips.

Public Safety Vest

May 1, 2008
Lakeland Industries introduces its public safety vest for police professionals. The vest features a choice of zipper front or Velcro closure, as well as a badge tab and dual mic tabs.

Large Plate Carrier

April 1, 2008
While most plate carriers are made of nylon, which retains heat, 5.11’s Large Plate Carrier features durable, breathable stiffened-mesh construction on a wide, stable platform that adjusts at shoulder and torso. Standard or large plates are secured with heavy-duty, adhesive-backed Velcro.

LBE Loadbearing Vest

February 1, 2008
Designed by former Special Forces operator and shooting and tactics instructor Kyle Lamb, 5.11’s LBE Vest is made of stiff mesh and sturdy nylon so it provides structure for gear, yet promotes airflow for breathability.

CamelBak Tactical Hydration Systems

August 1, 2006
CamelBak’s Delta-5 Tactical Vest and ST-5 Tactical Pack integrate the company’s FDA-registered HydroGuard technology, which eliminates up to 99.99-percent of common bacteria and fungus on reservoir and tube surfaces to keep water clean and taste free. The vest and pack include an internally routed, high-flowing drinking tube that can be routed over either shoulder, while CamelBak’s Big Bite Valve provides easy water flow and a cover to keep it clean when not in use.

U.S. Armor Armor Flotation Vest

January 1, 2006
The Armor Flotation Vest from US Armor provides protection to officers and rescued persons in extreme waters without interfering with the rescuer’s range of motion. Once the concealed flotation portion of the vest has been inflated, it can be adjusted to place the wearer in four different body angles to prevent plunging in waves. It also features a dedicated rescue strap to provide secure airway and thermal protective positioning to the rescued person so the rescuer can move freely.

Glacier Tek Cool Vest

November 1, 2005
Glacier Tek’s Cool Vest is a product designed for the cop who has to work in the summer in body armor. Cool Vest encloses a set of reusable plastic pouches filled with a non-toxic substance. Glacier Tek says all you have to do is soak the pouches in ice water or place them in the freezer for 20 minutes, put them inside the Cool Vest carrier, then strap it between your vest and your skin, and it will keep your body at 59 degrees Fahrenheit for up to two-and-a-half hours in 100-degree heat.

Real Action Paintball Tactical Vest

October 1, 2005
Real Action Paintball’s RAP4 Tactical Vest is designed for Airsoft, paintball, and tactical training. The new vest’s multiple pouches can be rearranged to accommodate paintball pods, standard AR magazines, standard MP5 magazines, and all sizes of CO2 cylinders and air tanks. Each pouch is secured with Velcro and steel buttons for added support.
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