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More On The CROPS CTR Belt

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

CTR 1

There have been inquiries regarding color options for the CROPS CTR Belt aside from Black. Unfortunately, the CTR Belt will be available only in Black through the first production run. We were, however, sent images of a CTR set up for a sniper role and sprayed to match the operational environment.

CTR 2

As a reminder, the CROPS CTR Belt was designed as a lightweight rig, enabling the operator to carry their kit in a ‘low-profile’ manner. It has seen action in a covert role within Northern Ireland and Libya, worn underneath civilian clothing, in addition to Afghanistan on multiple compound raids.

CTR 3

No word on what color options will be available for the second run.

Those interested in purchasing a CTR Belt can contact Ben Wall of CROPS directly at [email protected]. The cost of the belt is £116, including postage. Be sure to mention the email associated with your PayPal account in the message, as that’s how the payment will be processed.

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CROPS CTR Belt

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014

CTR Belt

The CROPS CTR Belt was designed as a lightweight rig, enabling the operator to carry their kit in a ‘low-profile’ manner. It has seen action in a covert role within Northern Ireland and Libya, worn underneath civilian clothing, in addition to Afghanistan on multiple compound raids.

The above image shows the CTR Belt loaded with 4 5.56 magazines, a medic pack, personal communications, secondary weapon, yoke, and adjustable belt.

www.crops.uk.com

Some Additional Photos of CROPS Dispersal Pattern

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

One of the beauties of the digital age of camouflage is that patterns can easily be recolored if needed. There seems to be a lot of interest in the Dispersal pattern by CROPS that we showed earlier in the week but we received several comments that it was too this or that.

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This new variant is intended for Alpine use. But it might be the ticket for some of you guys looking for something to blend in with concrete environs, although I find the best urban camo is to dress like the natives.

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