This new as-yet-unnamed belt will integrate with any of their pack systems. It will accept any riggers belt yet incorporates their patented quick release system that detaches the belt from the pack. It features non-slip material in the lower back to keep it in place even during hot, sweaty marches. The rest of the belt is padded with spacer mesh on the interior for comfort. The exterior incorporates PALS webbing and the belt is stiffened to enhance load carrying comfort and stability.
Christini All Wheel Drive Motorcycles is working in tangent with High Ground Gear to provide a militarized version of their Christini AWD 450. They have added a wide variety of enhancements to the bike including the skid plate as well as other reinforcements around vulnerable components.
In addition to Christini’s special subdued color package, High Ground provides camouflage and PALS fields to the bike on the fender, tanks and body.
High Ground unveiled their new HG831 Pack. It’s a natural progression of the HG830 Frame which has been very popular with JTACs and other personnel who like to use its PALS field to configure their equipment for specific missions. The JTAC community came to High Ground looking for a means to adapt a pack to the frame for multi-day missions.
High Ground’s answer is the HG831 which integrates their 3-Day Pack Bag unto the frame. It retains PALS compatibility for mission equipment such as radios but adds the versatility of a compartmented 3-Day bag riding piggy back.
After a phenomenal first year of designing time-saving, decision enhancing tactical nylon products, High Ground is seeking to grow its team. All skill sets are welcome to apply. But candidates with the following qualifications will receive priority:
•Must have a thorough understanding of today’s battlefield equipment and challenges, preferably through personal experience but may also be from years of translating warfighter requirements into product concepts
•Must have a creative mind, able to envision new products for streamlining battlefield procedures and able to enhance legacy products by reducing weight and / or cost to manufacture
•Must have a detailed knowledge of current DOD purchasing vehicles (TLS, GSA, BAMS, etc)
•Must be able to generate opportunities with DOD Agencies (DARPA, AFRL, MARCORSYSCOM) for large scale High Ground purchases
•Must have significant leadership experience managing the efforts of a diverse team of geographically disparate professionals
•Must be able to deliver presentations to large audiences
•Must be able to draft White Papers in order to educate government agencies to a particular battlefield problem and the subsequent High Ground solution
•Must be able to travel 30% of the time in order to support end-user visits, trade shows, and B2B teaming arrangements
•Must be willing to relocate to the Philadelphia, PA area
•And absolutely must have a sense of humor. Sad sacks need not apply.
Interested candidates should contact High Ground Customer Service at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (800) 783-2065 for salary and benefits information.
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High Ground has made some improvements to their 300 rd drum pouch in order to make it compatible with the Army’s issue packs. They’ve also added a small zippered pouch to the outside for items like tools.
They aren’t on the website yet so call if you need any.
Every two weeks SSD showcases a different MultiCam print fabric from Duro Textiles LLC. This week, we are covering Beaver. MultiCam is a single camouflage pattern designed to help the wearer hide in varied environments, seasons, elevations, and light conditions. After a great deal of commercial success and adoption by elements of US Special Operations Forces, in 2010 MultiCam was selected for use by the US Army as its Operation Enduring Freedom Camouflage Pattern (OCP).
Duro prints on genuine Cordura fabric from Invista. A mid-weight fabric, 500D Cordura is rapidly becoming the industry standard for load carrying items that need to be light and durable. This material is coated on the back side for water resistance and features a face side finished with a durable water repellent.
Manufactured from 500D Cordura for its great balance of weight and durability, the new High Ground Plate Carrier incorporates several interesting features.
First off is the Mix-&-Match cummerbund with internal as well as external cummerbund PALS webbing. Additionally, the bungee system allows you to change out whole cummerbunds rather than reconfigure MOLLE pouches. The HGPC also incorporates a cable routing system to eliminate cable clutter. You can also ditch your plates one at a time without dropping the whole carrier kind of like in the first gen of BALCS carriers. Finally, it incorporates an internal pocket for flat items (or your hands) that is accessible from either armpit as well as internal breathable spacer cloth to assist with air flow.
Overall, the HGPC weighs only 2.5 lbs due in no small part to fabric selection. Please note, it is only available in MultiCam and Coyote.
‘Every Other Chest Rig On The Planet Is Now Too Heavy’ – That’s a pretty bold statement made recently by gear manufacturer High Ground as they introduced The Chest Rig. Even the name implies that there can be no other.
The rig is reversible – MultiCam to Coyote and features integrated ITW buckles to allow instant transition from H-Harness Shoulder Straps to Plate Carrier integration. As you can see it’s PALS compatible and relies as much on the pouches for structural support as they do upon The Chest Rig. It’s as bare bones as it gets.
Yes, some of us have seen a similar product in the past from Crye Precision where users obtained extra AirLite cummerbund panels for the Jumpable Plate Carrier and attached them to the front in order to rapidly reconfigure loads. It wasn’t by design as much by user adaption and its difficult to obtain a JPC let alone an AirLite cummerbund. The major difference here is that this was designed to work this way from the outset and includes a chest rig H harness with articulated shoulder straps seen here. I’m sure it’s going to be popular but I’m just as sure that there will be detractors based on its similarity to the Crye design.