British Army Military Rucksacks
1050D Codura Nylon Multicam Camouflage British Army Military Rucksacks, Military Personal Loading Carrying Equipment--P.L.C.E
Multicam Camouflage British Army Military Rucksacks
Personal Load Carrying Equipment (PLCE) is one of several current tactical webbing systems of the British Armed Forces. Dependant upon the year of design, and the decade of introduction, the webbing system was designated, and is commonly referred to, as either the 85 Pattern, the 90 Pattern or the 95 Pattern webbing.
The basic configuration consists of a belt, a shoulder harness and a number of individual pouches. Associated with the PLCE webbing system is a series of other similar load carrying equipment, individual items and rucksacks that are produced of the same materials and feature high interoperability.
Full Size PLCE 120 litre bergan.
Incorporating a versatile day sack system; Connecting the two detachable pouches to the yoke (included) gives you a useful 20 litre day sack.
Two zipped lid pockets small front pouch side compression straps padded shoulder and waist belt removable internal aluminium frame.
Made in 1000 denier waterproof Cordura, waterproof
Brittish Terrain Pattern
Military Personal Loading Carrying Equipment (PLCE) with Pu Coated 2 layers which features a big 120 liter storage capacity, which contain 1 pack and vest. It widely used in Government Issue.Removable internal aluminum frame provided an extra support for the loading and fitting. Fast-release buckles and padded straps help relieve pressure and reduce fatigue when carrying heavy loads.this multi-pocketed backpack gives a more comfortable wearing experience. The pack can ideally be used for military tactical army missions, and much more.
Materials & Specification:
A: Shell Fabric: 1050D Cordura Nylon,Pu Coated 2 layers
B: Inner Fabric: 210 Taffeta Nylon
C: Webbing: High density Polypropylene Fiber
D: Buckle: Quick release PP buckle
F: Usage: versatile day sack system for military use Government Issue
G: Body Size: 70*66*26cm
The purpose of the PLCE webbing system is to retain the means by which a British soldier may operate for 48 hours or conduct a mission-specific task. Items and components may include a variety of munitions and weapon ancillaries, a three-fold entrenching tool, a bayonet, food and water (including a means to heat water and prepare food), Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) protective clothing and communications equipment. Soldiers will also often carry other personal items such as waterproof clothing and spare socks.