High Ground ALICE Frame Modular Panel

Despite its propensity for falling apart, the ALICE frame just won’t go away. Rather, it remains popular due to its ability to accept a wide variety of irregular loads becoming a modern day pack board. High Ground recognized its adaptability and decided to make it MOLLE compatible as well. They’ve created a new modular panel that attaches to the frame making even more useful for a variety of applications.

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10 Responses to “High Ground ALICE Frame Modular Panel”

  1. Pfdr says:

    I don’t know how long this has been in the works, but I can say that the 101 pfdrs put in a custom order for these last month with sketches ect for an idea which they thought was an original solution for carrying cut tools to an unnamed tactical gear company.

    • SSD says:

      I saw a product developed by Natick two weeks ago that does something similar for the MOLLE frame. Requirements drive design.

      • Pfdr says:

        Never the less it’s a great idea. We have already modified spare barrel bags and ag set ups to work with this design. We have a beaver tail that stows in the base of the pack with fasteks on the top to silence and support cumbersome cut tools. The Alice pack will never go away, and for the record I have maxed out my ruck during countless lrs / pdfr ops and it has never failed. I can say I have seen more molle frames fail then Alice frames, just my two cents.

        • SSD says:

          I’ve never seen a MOLLE frame actually fail. I’ve heard guys say they fail, but they are built to snap back wash after wash. In fact, I’ve seen one folded in half and not break.

          ALICE frames, at least one per jump would go tango uniform.

          Have you looked at the Mystery Ranch NICE Frame?

          • Pfdr says:

            The fact is that it would be “nice” to be able to afford to buy as many of them as we need but that won’t happen. Alice frames are a dime a dozen. The only Alice frame I have seen break on a jump was jettisoned by the jumper, complete with a Prc 150. This works for the majority of us that have to search out toliet paper on a regular basis at work.

          • SSD says:

            Pfdr – that’s what the 90s felt like. Welcome to the Clinton military.

  2. Bushwalla says:

    TAG was selling an improved ALICE frame not long ago.

  3. ChrisK says:

    TacMed Solutions made their Cratos Panel a very long time ago. Practically identical.

  4. mike says:

    High Ground have been doing this for quite some time, but it’s good to see an offering that’s a bit smaller and more modular than the recliner backs they offered before.