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LBT INC Partners With Custom Armor Group To Provide Level IIIA Soft Armor Inserts For Their Recently Released Go PackSaturday, September 3rd, 2016
LBT INC partners with Custom Armor Group to provide Level IIIA soft armor inserts with their recently released Go Pack, now offered in solid color variants.
* Small form “Go Pack”
* Large main compartment with tablet/laptop storage area on the back
* Medium sized exterior compartment
* Mesh storage area on exterior with draw string closure and loop for placement of morale patch
* Compartments secured with two (2) zippers with paracord pull tabs
* Adjustable padded shoulder straps with adjustable sternum strap
* Drain grommet on bottom of bag
* Carry Handle
* Overall dimensions approx: 14L x 8W x 16H
* Weight: 1lb
Soft Armor Backing
* Armor fits into rear sleeve of pack keeping main compartment unobstructed
* NIJ certified level IIIA soft armor
* Certified up to .357 and .44 mag
* Weight: 1.24lbs sq/ft
National Dog Day discount through Monday.
LBT has just released the Version 2.0 of the popular 3 Day Assault Pack, now with a detachable front section similar to the LBT-1562SF medic pack, the 2.0 will have the option of running a slick version or modular version. Comes as a set with a main and front pack. I like the piggyback concept which looks great for travel. Even better, get it at its introductory price for the next week.
Overall pack: 20H x 14W x 9D / Apprx 2520 cubic inches
Main pack: 20H 14W x 6D / Apprx 1680 cubic inches
Front Pack: 14.5H x 13W 4D / Apprx 754 cubic inches
Offered in MultiCam, Black or MAS Grey.
During last week’s Warrior East, former SEAL and his assistants conducted a couple of combatives demonstrations while wearing Adaptiv suits from LBX Tactical.
This video featuring Dom and Tony Blauer will give you some background on the High Gear suits which are available through LBX Tactical. While High Gear suits protect the user, they are built in such a way to allow the wearer to feel hits unlike other suits on the market which cocoon the wearer and result in unrealistic training.
At Warrior East, LBT Inc showed a new maritime friendly update to the Ridgeline Ruck that was featured at SHOT Show this past year.
The pack has a removable lid which can be used in its own right and incorporates a zippered opening at the bottom. The Ridgelind is constructed from a combination of HANK along with mesh or 4-way stretch softshell material for pockets. These materials don’t absorb a lot of water, as the pack is intended for maritime use.
The pack is adaptable to the ALICE frame or LBT’s proprietary RSS (ruck suspension system) which is based on their CAS (comfort armor suspension) to alleviate stress on the shoulders by transferring most of the weight to the hip belt.
The photo below gives you a little detail on how the padded suspension system works. It’s adjustable for height.