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Diamondback Tactical Introduces Tactical Performance Skin Technology

Diamondback Tactical has released two new tactical assault carriers that feature a built-in, patent-pending Tactical Performance Skin, or TPS Technology. The introduction of the D-TAC (Dynamic Tactical Assault Carrier) and the M-TAC (Modular Tactical Assault Carrier) expands Diamondback Tactical’s line of advanced tactical assault carriers. Featuring TPS Technology, the D-TAC and the M-TAC offer operators a multi-functional lining that drastically reduces the overall weight of the carrier and adds ballistic, slash, and fragmentation performance. The combination of TPS Technology with these advanced carriers enhances its strength and durability. Diamondback claims it makes them 10 times stronger than other traditional tactical carriers.

“The release of the D-TAC and M-TAC carriers represents a big leap forward by Diamondback in the advanced tactical marketplace, and push the edge of the envelope of technological innovation in the armor industry,” says Andrew Bair, CEO of Diamondback Tactical. “Diamondback prides itself in leading the tactical armor systems market. Our design engineers continue to make high-performance quality products that many leading operators prefer.”

The DYNAMIC TACTICAL ASSAULT CARRIER (D-TAC) is a lightweight plate carrier featuring TPS Technology. The scalable design of the D-TAC increases operator maneuverability and can easily scale from a low-profile plate carrier to a tactical assault carrier with bicep, groin, throat, collar and lower back protection.

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The MODULAR TACTICAL ASSAULT CARRIER (M-TAC) is a full-coverage tactical carrier utilizing advanced materials to increase strength and durability in a lightweight design. Incorporating their proprietary TPS technology, the M-TAC is more than 4lbs lighter than Diamondback’s UTOC (Universal Tactical Outer Carrier). The M-TAC is a top-load concealable cut carrier with expanded soft-armor coverage that both increases operator maneuverability and can easily scale from a low-profile tactical carrier to a full-coverage tactical assault carrier with bicep, groin, throat, collar and lower back protection.

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www.DiamondbackTactical.com

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4 Responses to “Diamondback Tactical Introduces Tactical Performance Skin Technology”

  1. Reseremb says:

    Is this similar to TYR’s Pluma Vires?

  2. That Guy... says:

    I saw this carrier at Shot Show this year at their VIP party, awesome carrier and design, I know its a lot stronger than TYR”s because they are using a chemically inert fiber, that I have seen in the aerospace industry. I think TYR’s is Kevlar/DuPont based. Its a new fiber that DBT worked with a “big name” supplier to develop. I cant wait to get my hands on one!

    Diamondback was down for a bit but def coming out with some top of the line (weight savings and cool) gear.

  3. MattF says:

    When will it be live on their website?

  4. sjl777 says:

    Did they redesign the plate pockets on the M-TAC? The UTOC has a problem when you use plates with soft armor. When plates are added you lose up to two inches of side coverage with your armor. Part of the fix was to order soft armor with longer “wings” on the side and add level 3 panels inside the cummerbund. Without the larger soft armor and or the side soft panels a lot of folks had armor gaps on their sides.