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Perroz Designs – Tweave Plate Carrier

Friday, August 26th, 2016

The carrier is mad with Tweave Durastretch, a durable four-way stretch fabric that is non-restrictive. Each carrier uses matching colored hook and loop Velcro®, including TAN 499 for use with MultiCam.

– Tweave Durastretch 520E outer material.
– 3D spacer mesh 3mm padding inner material.
– 35oz. DuPont Hypalon shoulder-straps.
– 35oz. DuPont Hypalon cummerbund.
– Cummerbund is fully MOLLE compatible and adjustable via Velcro®. One size fits all.
– ITW QASM (Quick Attach Surface Mount) buckles included – SwiftClip™ compatible.
– Large loop Velcro® surface front for use with magazine placards, chest rigs etc.
– Reinforced plate pocket stitching.

Quality guaranteed. Made in Canada.

Custom sizing available. Please specify before making purchase.

Sneak Peek – LBX Armatus 2.0 Prototype

Friday, August 12th, 2016

Loving the MultiCam Black.  We are hearing there were only 50 made with a web-only release, with date TBD from

Nutshellz – Jock Supporter

Tuesday, August 9th, 2016

You may have seen the Nutshellz ballistic cup which protect up to NIJ Level II threats. They are made with Kevlar 29, Dyneema and carbon fiber. In the video below, it takes a shot from a .357.

Now, they’ve introduced a boxer brief to accept the cup and offer increased stability.

MATBOCK Monday – Beserker Minimalist Carrier

Monday, August 8th, 2016


MATBOCK introduces the Berserker Minimalist Carrier. Constructed out of MATBOCK Ghost and Ghost Lite fabric, this IIIA plate carrier weighs only 8 oz. MOLLE panels cover the bottom half of the front and the back for low vis operations requiring additional gear, and the skeletonize side panels help keep weight down. Current available model comes in MultiCam with Black and Tan colors to arrive shortly.

PN: C1372-MC
Price: $265.00

Direct Action – SPITFIRE Plate Carrier Cutaway System

Sunday, July 31st, 2016

This system provides for the immediate cutaway release of the SPITFIRE Plate Carrier. Its design allows for quick and easy reassembly of the Plate Carrier without the cutaway elements. Created primarily with waterborne operations in mind, the SPITFIRE Cutaway System also allows for immediate battlefield assessment and treatment of a wounded team-mate, and then quick and simple reconfiguring and reassembling the wounded person’s Plate Carrier for armor protection during transportation / evacuation.

To order within the European area:

To order within the US / North American area:

Shellback Tactical – Plano Police Select Banshee Plate Carrier

Wednesday, July 27th, 2016

Shellback Tactical is proud to announce that the Original Banshee Plate Carrier in Black has been selected by the Plano Police Department (Plano, TX). The Plano Police Department is the 4th largest agency in Texas and located just 30 mins North of Dallas. With the recent unfathomable, cowardly, tragic incident that occurred in Dallas against Law Enforcement. This Life-saving equipment is important more than ever.

For the evaluation. The Plano Police Department put a team together to evaluate plate carriers for the agency. They evaluated approx. 10 potential carriers. After their in depth evaluation they selected the Banshee Plate Carrier for several reasons. Ease of use, the range of officers the carrier would fit, price point, quality and long term durability. They will be issuing and fielding 350 Banshee Plate Carriers to start into their patrol division. The Banshee has also been adopted as their official carrier and will be issued to all new hire officers as well.

Shellback Tactical is happy to have been evaluated and selected. In the current environment of Law Enforcement being targeted, it is great to see another Police agency preparing and investing in their personnel.

If your agency is interested in more details on the evaluation or outfitting its personnel with Plate Carriers, Hard Armor, Helmets, and complete active shooter kits. Please contact for info, quotes (RFQS). We are here to help. Shellback Tactical’s roots are in Law Enforcement with the owner being a retired LEO himself. Protecting as many Law Enforcement as possible has become our highest priority. Soon, Shellback Tactical is sending personnel to the Plano-Dallas Metro area to meet with several other agencies regarding their needs for active shooter protective gear. If you are an agency that would like more information on our visit, you can also email

Shellback Tactical founded in 2003 by a Police Officer. We have over 18 years of Law Enforcement experience and we have been designing gear and other life-saving equipment for over 12 years. Trust in us and our experience to get your agency and officers protected.

Mayflower Introduces Pusher Back Panel

Tuesday, July 26th, 2016

The Mayflower R&C by Velocity Systems Pusher Back Panel is made to augment the Pusher Chest Rig. The design provides flexibility; it can be worn with a front plate, back panel with back plate, chest rig and back panel or just the pusher chest rig. The features and accessories include a plate pocket, 2-liter water bladder pouch, small molle panel for tools or pouches, medical pouch, envelope for a breacher tool, an extendable breacher bag, front plate sleeve, helmet carrier, horizontal rear magazine pouch and a jacket stash pocket. The Pusher Back Panel can hold up to a large plate. Color options: MultiCam and Coyote Brown All materials and workmanship are 100% made in the USA. 

For more information, photos and to see a product demonstration video please visit our website or Velocity Systems/Mayflower R&C Facebook Page.

Natick’s Rob DiLalla Awarded for Ballistic Combat Shirt

Tuesday, July 26th, 2016

Robert DiLalla, team leader of the Infantry Combat Equipment Team at the Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center has been chosen as the recipient of the 2015 MG Harold “Harry” J. Greene Award for Innovation in the Individual-Civilian category for his work developing the Ballistic Combat Shirt. Named in honor of MG Greene, who served as senior commander at the Natick Soldier Systems Center, the award recognizes technological innovations that enhance Army readiness and Soldier performance.

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker (center) holds the Ballistic Combat Shirt, which was invented by Robert DiLalla (far left), an engineer and currently the team leader of the Infantry Combat Equipment Team at the Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center. BG William E. Cole (far right), former commander of the Natick Soldier Systems Center and former commanding general of the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command, looks on. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army)

DiLalla partnered with co-inventors Protect the Force, LLC for the BCS, which incorporates deltoid and thoracic protection, as well as improved neck protection into the Combat Shirt and is a component of Soldier Protection System.

Congratulations to Rob DiLalla!

To learn more, visit