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You Can Finally Buy That Red, White & Blue Plate Carrier from Mission Spec You’ve Always Wanted


As a company that is happy to accept custom work orders we are asked, fairly consistently, if Mission Spec can build a Red, White, and Blue EOC plate carrier for novelty use. The answer is of course, yes. We have built many of these for different customers and are happy to do it. Customers wanting pricing information on a custom build such as this should use our website contact. It will speed up the process if you include your shipping address with the initial inquiry.

Please note that building a product in this color scheme dictates that we must use some non-MilSpec materials. In other words this specific item SHOULD NEVER be used in a life support capacity. It will also NOT come with our limited lifetime warranty. It is purely cosmetic and to be used only for novelty purposes.



19 Responses to “You Can Finally Buy That Red, White & Blue Plate Carrier from Mission Spec You’ve Always Wanted”

  1. defensor fortismo says:

    Queue the outraged comments by people citing the us code.

    • BillC says:

      I’ve seriously got into real and internet arguments over people going “overboard” with that. Some people actually get booty-hurt at clothing that depicts a flag at all or bikinis that just happen to resemble a flag. They were never actually a flag, so those people need to lighten up. Apparently all the other world’s problems have been solved.

      • defensor fortismo says:

        My personal favorite was when a sailor who took a picture of their newborn infant wrapped in the American flag got bullied into taking down the photo, seriously, ‘Merica, WTF?

        • Jon, OPT says:

          I’m a flag code fascist, but there is flexibilty, our nation itself has Uncle Sam endowed in flags for recruiting dating back a century. For the most part if you don’t stomp on it, not put the right amount of stars on it, burn it, or wear it backwards unless on your right arm and you won’t look like an assclown to me. There’s a fine line between negligence and disrespect, and not all code negligence is meant disrespectfully.

          • defensor fortismo says:

            And I can get behind that, I suppose I’m wearing the flag on my shoulder backwards, but it was issued that way, not my call. I’m all for respecting it, I just don’t see how the legalistic punishment of patriotism accomplishes anything.

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  2. orly? says:

    This is somehow going to be in the next Comic Con, especially since Range 15 is going to open soon.

  3. JKifer says:

    What it cost SSD…?!?!

  4. Gene Higdon says:

    Mil-Spec is a standard, doesn’t mean it better or worse. I’ve used/seen some commercial rated raw goods 100 times better than Mil-Spec.

  5. STEPAN1983 says:

    Velcro is horribly photoshopped into blue color