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SHOT Show – Australian Defence Apparel

ADA builds seven different packs for the Australian Defence Forces.  One of the issues with the current frame is that it isn’t adjustable for the full range of sizes of Soldiers.

  

ADA developed the One-99 frame to accommodate the 1% through 99th% body.  This external frame is adjustable itself and has multiple attachment points for the harness offering an amazing number of sizing options. Additionally, the frame can be adjusted to fit the load for such instances where a dense load, of small volume where the user wants a  more compact frame length.  

  
The Patented One-99 has also been issued NSN 8465-66-163-0153 by the ADF.  

www.ada.com.au

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3 Responses to “SHOT Show – Australian Defence Apparel”

  1. Jon Meyer says:

    Looks like a modular version of the 1606. Good stuff.

  2. Pete says:

    Looks ALICE compatible. Anyone know for sure?
    Any US retail channels?

  3. Luke says:

    Another interesting feature is the angled lumbar area. Thought their belt looked like a pretty good step up from the MOLLE pack belt as well.