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Grey Ghost Releases Suspenders for the Modern Gunfighter

Lakewood, WA – Grey Ghost Gear, leading manufacturers of innovative combat proven gear, is excited to announce the availability of their UGF 3-Point Suspenders. Designed to attach to the updated UGF battle belt, this modern incarnation of the GGG LCE helps support heavy loads, while maintaining a lightweight feel.

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Made from combination of Hypalon, tweave and other materials that are not only light, but also moisture and mold resistant. Additionally, the piece is made even lighter with the perforated holes to relieve material without sacrificing strength.

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The Y-shaped suspenders use ITW G-Hook fasteners to interface with the Grey Ghost Gear UGF Battle Belt’s inner belt. At the end of each suspender strap is 11-inches of color matched elastic.

This allows a greater range of motion when running, climbing or any other extreme situation.

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Each strap is equipped with a metal slip lock, to ensure that when you have the perfect adjustment, they are guaranteed to stay in place.

Grey Ghost CEO, Casey Ingels, states, “We’ve always been about the end user. It started that way, and it will continue that way. We take great pride in ensuring that we are putting the right gear in the hands of the people who need it most – and we maintain that relationship to this day.”

The UGF Suspenders are available in Black, Coyote, Ranger Green and MultiCam; and are available now through the Grey Ghost Gear Website, www.greyghostgear.com.

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17 Responses to “Grey Ghost Releases Suspenders for the Modern Gunfighter”

  1. Pete says:

    I *think* ALICE clips will through the round holes. I will be able to look totally Tour of Duty-ready with my retro TA50. That said, I like the looks overall.

  2. rearmount says:

    Interesting how they went with a “Y” style design…aren’t “H” style suspenders a much more stable design? Then again, it’s not like you’re going to be running a full belt kit + buttpack on these belts, so I guess it wouldn’t really matter.

  3. Everything old is new again. After years of bodyarmor and plate carriers, the TA50 suspenders come back from the dead

  4. H-Suspenders says:

    Nice looking visual upgrade to a flawed and inferior design…

    H > Y

  5. Luke says:

    man, a lot of companies have a lot of faith in g-hooks as a main attachment method. I’ve used them on a few suspender setups and they *usually* hold but pop loose just often enough to give me the willies.

    on a different note, is there actually 1″ of space between the rows of PALS on that belt? looking at their site it really looks like <0.75"

    • Lose_Game says:

      No, you’re right. It’s out of spec.

      • Bolty says:

        Plus 1 on the G Hooks, I just did a week away with a lot of civi tramping activities and my day bag had a G Hook as the main lid closure. Every time I went to go into it the G Hook had come undone.

    • Asinine Name says:

      G hooks are useless.

    • Papa6 says:

      I’d ditch the g-hooks and just run the webbing through the MOLLE webbing on my belt and use the trip-glide to secure.

      Now, if they’d just make it MOLLE spec and in an “H” harness . . .

    • willsew4kit says:

      +2 on the G hooks. they are not secure enough.
      Spacing requirement as per the govt spec is 1 1/8″ between webbing. With 1 1/2″ between bar tacks. not too many commercial items actually meet this spec.