Ballistic Backpack Armor Inserts & Plates
Even at the incredibly high quality that Chase Tactical offers packs and bags, warriors still sometimes need to customize and extend the use of their equipment. Thankfully, we also provide MOLLE-ready ballistic shields and backpack panels for our brave freedom fighters to add to their existing pack outfits. These inserts come equipped with multiple MOLLE rows to widen the scope of your operations without requiring you to add space to your already bulky carry rig.
The inserts we’ve chosen to feature at Chase Tactical are carefully crafted and fitted to add extra protection, increase carry rig capacity, and upgrade comfort level for warriors who have to travel long distances on foot carrying large amounts of equipment. Backpack armor plates are perfect for fighters such as SWAT team members, Airborne Rangers, and SERE Specialists as well as adventurers who take on hundred-mile adventure races, cross-country cycling trips, and hardcore endurance workouts.
Tactical Tool Roll (Roll Only)Tactical Tool Roll (Roll Only) The Chase Tactical – Tactical Tool Roll manufactured by Chase Tactical puts all of your tools right where you need them! You’ll know exactly what you have to work with and it’s easy to pick up on the fly to move to the next device. 2 Zippered Pouc . . .$86.95SKU: CT-EODTRIn-Stock
Warrior Assault Systems Predator Mission InsertWarrior’s MOLLE Mission Insert. This insert is covered on both sides with 9 rows of MOLLE, and can be pre configured with your own choice of pouches for specific Ops, the MOLLE Insert simply clips inside the Predator via 2 ITW quick release clips and can be released in seconds making it mobile. Us . . .
Warrior Assault Systems Predator StiffenerAvailable as an optional extra to the Predator Pack is a removable stiffener insert made for lightweight ridged polycarbonate with 2 aluminium reinforcement strips which run the full length of the panel. This can be inserted into the rear sleeve of the the predator pack to give additional rigidity f . . .