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High Speed Gear – New Plate Carriers


SWANSBORO, North Carolina – High Speed Gear® has been producing some of the most versatile tactical pouches and platforms since the late 90s and has been a proven performer and continues to show tremendous popularity in the law enforcement and military markets worldwide. Our lengthy list of top tier operators includes U.S. and allied special forces, state and local tactical units, and hundreds of federal agencies.


High Speed Gear® is proud to release its new plate carrier systems, the Slick Plate Carrier (SPC) and Modular Plate Carrier (MPC)! These two new carriers are a natural progression of our versatile line of gear. Both feature plate pockets constructed from 500D Cordura®, interior mesh cushions to improve comfort and airflow, and HSGI® neoprene shoulder pads for stability and comfort. The SPC also utilizes two-inch Gripper Elastic side straps, uniquely enabling it to be paired with any of the pouches from our belt-mounted line. This makes it the perfect plate carrier for law enforcement needs. The MPC features a SureGrip® Padded Belt for further comfort and stability, as well as our new Chest Platform, both of which provide additional MOLLE for your customization. The MPC can be further customized and downgraded to better suit your tactical needs, while the SPC can be upgraded to an MPC with the addition of a SureGrip®, the Chest Platform, and the SureGrip® Adaptor Straps. Also new to our line are the Adjustable Side Plate Pockets, which allow E-SAPI side plates to be added to the MPC. These Side Plate Pockets can fit plates up to 6”x8”. The SPC, MPC, Chest Platform, Side Plate Pockets and Adaptor

Straps are all available now. Made 100% in the USA, Battle Proven Tactical Nylon Gear™.

2 Responses to “High Speed Gear – New Plate Carriers”

  1. war13usaf says:

    Damn you HSGI, always making gear I need to buy. On another note, I simply modded my AO HSGI chest rig with hook Velcro on the back and sewed clips on my plate carrier. Now I functions the same as this, or D3 chest rig, and it cost me about $20 to do myself instead of buying another $500 of gear.

  2. David says:

    I’ll be honest… I’m pretty disappointed with this. It looks like almost a lazy design concept to just use the existing belt as the cumberbund, and the side plate pouches seem like a colossal afterthought.