Spiritus Systems LV119 Front Plate Bag - Covert
*** The LV119 Front Plate Bag requires a Rear Bag and Cummerbund for proper operation. ***
The LV/119 C O V E R T Front Plate bag is a slick no frills solution
for those who need hard plates in the lowest profile. A 3" x 5" velcro
patch is sewn on for IR identifiers, patches or our jumbo flags. The bag
is set up to run either slick or with a placard. Simply attach the
included 1" ITW NEXUS hardware buckles to the hidden webbing loops to
and attach your Micro Fight Chest Rig or other placard. Behind the
front bag is a "Map Stasher" pouch. This makes it easy to stow thin and
commonly used items such a map or VS-17 marking panel.
The LV/119 Plate Carrier System was designed to be a scalable
and highly configurable plate carrier platform. The system will offer
accessories ranging from Covert Low Visibility Operations, to High
Threat Direct Action Raids. We designed the system to be issued in
entirety to operators who can then select the desired configuration to
meet their mission requirements. Accessories that will be released will
include, O V E R T Plate bags, Back Panels, Placards, Side Plate
Support, Molle Cummerbunds, Maritime Support, Tubes and much more. All
parts and accessories will be interchangeable throughout the series.
Plate Fitment- The carrier was designed to snuggly fit United States
Standard Issue SAPI cut plates. The bags were built to accommodate
"thicker" plates but they will not fit plates that are NOT cut to the
Medium: 10" x 12.5"
Large: 10.25" x 13.25"
Thickness: MAXIMUM of 1.20"
LV119 Plate Carrier System:
Spiritus Systems LV119 Rear Plate Bag - Covert
Spiritus Systems LV119 Cummerbund - 1" Strap
Spiritus Systems LV119 Cummerbund - 4" Elastic
The LV119 Front Plate Bag is part of the LV119 Plate Carrier System.
This item does not include a Rear Plate Bag, Cummerbund, Shoulder
Covers, Placards, or any other accessories. Additional components are
required for proper use.
Some images shown with optional accessories, sold separately.
For plate carrier fitting advice, please see the SKD post: How to Choose the Right Size Plate Carrier