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H Harness MOLLE System Army Digital Eagle Industries Defensor Fortis Load Carriage System (DFLCS)

Eagle Industries
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Eagle Industries MOLLE harness. As issued as part of the Rifleman's Kit set (DFLCS) that is only available to the military.

Defensor Fortis Load Carrying System or DFLCS, is a modular system is used by Air Force Security Forces as the primary load carriage system

Fully adjustable for height and girth . The rear panel can be removed and the shoulder straps will attach to the rear of the front / side panels.
Fully covered in PALS webbing for mounting any MOLLE compatible pouch or accessory on the back, sides, shoulder straps and front.
2 areas for horizontal mounting of pistol mags in the front w the shoulder straps attach to the belt.
4 metal D rings below the belt (2 each side).
Heavy-duty, abrasion and water resistant 1000 denier Cordura nylon.
Mil Spec. quick release buckles.
Large heavy drag handle.
Interior upper mesh pocket.
4 interior pockets (2 each side) with Velcro closure and drain grommets.
Made in the USA.
Army Digital 
Total number of Reviews: 2

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5.0 5
"Very satisfied with both the quality and function of this vest. The adjustable straps allow a perfect fit for smaller frame people like myself. Very, very non bulky and you can add or take off a wide variety of MOLLE gear in seconds to go as light or loaded down as you want. I would expect an item of this quality to be much more expensive."
4.0 5
"Just got it today and had to open it right up. The vest is well made and appears quite sturdy. Much better fit than the old ALICE gear. I bought this as a way to carry my stuff while hunting. A word of warning, though: this is for skinny people, not fat buggers like me. I've got the thing all the way maxed out and it's tighter than I'd like. The problem is the elastic joining the front and rear sections. If that were somehow adjustable, rather than elastic, this would be perfect. I don't see how anyone could wear this over the old kevlar vests I remember."