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    High Speed Gear Hercules Plate Carrier Adapter

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    Product Description

    High Speed Gear Hercules Plate Carrier Adapters allow you to carry the large E-SAPI plates with the latest versions of Warlord, Denali, and Silverthorne chest harnesses. They have adjustable Velcro shoulder straps with shoulder pads that you can choose to use. This adapter is ready to replace the existing chest harness's shoulder straps and rear belt. The rear plate carrier pouch has a built like in Harness design that will discard the cross-back shoulder straps. The front E-SAPI plate pouch attaches via 4 MALICE clips and can be adjusted to the operators height preference in 1 inch increments. Plate pouch closure flaps have Velcro and double snaps to ensure the plate is secure within and still have the ability to secure or drop from the bottom of the carrier. Hercules Plate Adapters come ready to assemble HSGI chest rigs. Made in the USA. Features a HSGI Lifetime warranty. Constructed of 1000 denier cordura and 138 Bonded Nylon threads .

    Pictured attached to a Warlord Chest Harness.
    This Adapter cannot be used as a stand alone Plate Carrier.

    High Speed Gear Hercules Plate Carrier Adapters Feature:

    • Carries E-SAPI plates
    • Adjustable to 1 inch increments
    • Nylon construction
    • Made in the USA
    • Velcro and double snap retention

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