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FirstSpear Friday Focus – 10×12 Padded Plate Backer Kit

Meet the all new FS 10×12 Padded Plate Backer Kit!

These Non-Ballistic padded inserts come in a set of two and designed to go inside your plate carrier and behind the plate to increase comfort with minimal bulk and weight while providing an extra large channel to increase air flow. The Padded plate backer can be used in multiple configurations based on user needs. Shipping Now. 100% American Made.


11 Responses to “FirstSpear Friday Focus – 10×12 Padded Plate Backer Kit”

  1. Richie says:

    I was literally hours away from looking to see if a product like this existed (that isnt a trauma pad), way to go FS

  2. TheFull9 says:

    For those with/considering the AAC or other PCs without the padding of the Strandhogg, definitely a strong shout.

    • Lasse says:

      As long as it’s a breathable fabric. Normal Cordura wouldn’t give the full benefit of this.

      • rick says:

        great point.

      • Lose_Game says:

        Yeah. Seems like there’s a real gap in the marketplace for a simple velcro-on foam airflow panel like the ones the Russians use. This is a step in the right direction but it’d be better on the inside face of the carrier, rather than inside the platebag. I can’t imagine this working well on a 6094, for example.

        • Joe_K says:

          Check out the SKD Brig if you want a Velcro on stand-off pad.

          • Lose_Game says:

            You mean the pontoon pads? Yeah, I actually have them in there right now. They’re good, I like them. Just feel like there could be something better, you know? Think like the AVS 1000 removable back panel, or the prototype LBT collab vest they showed a while back (I think it was LBT x RB1?)

  3. Bootcat says:

    Actually our company has prototypes of exactly this undergoing field testing.
    They should be available early 2019.

  4. enderstorm says:

    One set of FS backers came home today. Well build, not thougth, not soft. I am using it in JPC 2.0 with steel plates. Will see how it works in the field soon.