The High Speed Gear Modular Plate Carrier (MPC) is a complete battle ready carrier, HSGI now offers our version of the Modular Plate Carrier. The High Speed Gear Modular Plate Carrier (MPC) starts with the slick plate carrier(40LPC), and includes a Sure Grip Belt, our Chest Platform, and a SGPB PC Adaptor (40PCA) to attach the belt to the carrier.
The neoprene on the shoulder straps and the Sure Grip belt makes this one of the most stable carriers you will ever wear. The adjustable grip elastic of the sure grip belt plate adapter allows you to easily and quickly resize the torso to fit over varying layers.
Full MOLLE side coverage provided by the Sure Grip Belt allows for additional magazine or utility storage, or is a stable base for our new adjustable side plate pouches(40SP00) available separately.
An H-harness is also included so the Chest Platform can be run without the plate carrier.
Plate pockets constructed of 500D Cordura®
Mesh pockets on the backs to improve comfort and airflow.
Integrated Sure Grip belt with adapter for-plate carrier use
Comfort and stability due to neoprene lining
Additional MOLLE storage capacity
Versatile and comfortable sizing options
Includes SPC Chest Platform (40CP00) and H-harness for use with or without plate carrier
Industry standard HSGI neoprene shoulder pads for stability and comfort
Sizing is important! Please read instructions below carefully!
1. Choose the size of plate carrier pockets:
Users with ESAPI plates 10" x 12" (Medium) or smaller should order the medium SPC.
Users with ESAPI plates 11" x 13" (Large) or greater should order the large SPC. 11” x 14” (X-Large) plates are accommodated but corners at the bottom are visible.
2. Choose the size of the Sure Grip Padded Belt. Because the belt rides a bit higher than when worn separately , this balances out the extra circumference created by the plate pockets and makes the sizing work very much like the sizing if being worn on your hips. But GENERALLY, here is a good place to start.
Take a cloth tape measure and measure around your stomach near the belly button, then use table below...