They’ve stayed true to the modular design principles they’re known for. The slick covert style carrier comes in pieces. A front and rear plate bag (each about $80 USD) are the core of the system. Almost all the Multicam options are available, except Alpine. You’ll also find solid go-to colours like Coyote Brown, Ranger Green, and M81 Woodland.
For accessories, Spiritus offers up two cummerbund and two shoulder pad options in this first release. The first Spiritus LV119 cummerbunds comes in a 4″ elastic version with integrated pockets for magazines, munitions, or communications. The second ultra lightweight and breathable option is a 1″ strap cummerbund. Both options attach at the front with hook and loop.
One of the major differences from other slick carriers it the rear plate bag. It uses a proprietary internal mounting system for the cummerbund. As for shoulder pads, two basic designs are available to remain low profile and conceal the straps. The trifold shoulder cover option allows users to route cables.
The Spiritus Systems product pages promise additional future releases. Included in this are overt-type plate bags, back panels, cummerbunds, and attachment systems. All are expected to be interchangeable throughout the product line.
See how the Spiritus LV119 stacks up against other products in the Slick Plate Carrier category. Click here to see all the Slick PCs in the database. If you’re excited to get your hands on one, they’re on sale now but the first batch likely won’t last long.