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Armour Wear Releases Its SPARC Lite Carrier


Aug, 31st 2015: Armour Wear, the leader in tactical products innovation has officially announced its newest entry into the industry; The Special Purpose/ Application Releasable Carrier (SPARC) Lite. The SPARC Lite plate carrier is a non-quick release version, of its most recently released hard use carrier (the SPARC). The SPARC Lite will still accommodate standard 10in X 12in hard plates, along with soft armor liners. The only difference is the SPARC Lite will be offered without the Quick Release Buckle (QRB) system (The SPARC Lite will still retain a two-step method of doffing). This will allow customers a deeper cost savings, while still enjoying all of the quality and features of the SPARC. The QRB system can then still be purchased later on by the user directly from Armour Wear.

Always having the consumer in mind, Armour Wear has the SPARC Lite rated at a $204.95 MSRP, and the QRB system at $99.95 MSRP.

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4 Responses to “Armour Wear Releases Its SPARC Lite Carrier”

  1. james says:

    nice simple design with a good cost effective option

    • Devo says:

      I’m not much of an expert on plate carriers, but as a person that doesn’t like throwing away money this carrier seems to be a good investment.

      I don’t think I’ll ever need to have a releasable carrier, I’m glad to know the option is available in the future though. Price isn’t bad either. Any one else had any experience with Armour Wear’s plates?

  2. james says:

    unlike most out there they BUILD their plates…and they offer a light weight steel solution too (lighter than most)

  3. CAVstrong says:

    I don’t know why but the releasable version of this PC seems to me to be the ideal replacement for the IOTV.