AR500 Armor Veritas Modular Plate Carrier - Coyote

Manufactured by AR500 Armor
Manufactured by AR500 Armor
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$84.00 $93.00

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If your mission requires armor and you need a plate carrier that doesn't wear you down after only minutes in the field, the lightweight AR500 Armor Veritas Modular Plate Carrier is what you'll want to get.  Without sacrificing critical space, the AR500 accommodates 10"x12" trapezoidal plates nestled inside a well-ventilated, padded plate carrier that's comfortable to wear and won't weigh you down.

  • 500D Cordura
  • 3D mesh technology
  • Impact-resistant buckles
  • Mil-spec webbing
  • Modular
  • Removable shoulder pads
  • Coyote

Despite its minimalist appearance, the Veritas Modular Plate Carrier comes with plenty of PALS webbing for all of your mission-critical MOLLE attached equipment such as pouches, holsters, and accessories. One of the most attractive features of the Veritas Plate Carrier is its modularity.  While the AR500 is the base component, you can modularize it for different mission requirements, including full-on protection and a robust load-bearing platform.

The AR500 Armor Veritas Modular Plate Carrier features the same American-made, military-grade impact resistant buckles as the AR500 original plate carrier to ensure lasting and dependable use in the field.  Regardless of the mission requirements, the AR500 Armor Veritas Modular Plate Carrier is something you'll undoubtedly want to add to your list of field equipment when the time comes.
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BrandAR500 Armor

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Great value and quality

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I previously purchased a condor and this is much better quality although more cost. For a low use carrier, training/shtf, this is all you need. Comfortable, lightweight, breathable and well built. I wish it had a different setup for the cumberbund as this is mainly propriety to ar500. Fit is a little big, I’m 5-9, 175 and had to tighten side traps all the way and used most of the shoulder adjustment. Switching the side straps to pull forward makes a big improvement.