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Haley Strategic Disruptive Environments Chest Rig

One of the latest releases from Haley Strategic is their Disruptive Environments Chest Rig. Designed and purpose-built for work in urban, vehicle, and other confined settings, the chest rig was built to be worn as either a standalone unit or clipped into an armor platform with a quick release system.

Haley Strategic Disruptive Environments Chest Rig

When run as a stand alone setup, the low profile design will not print a normal or loose-fitting jacket or sweatshirt when fully loaded. When used in conjunction with an armor platform, using a quick release system like SwiftClips will allow the chest rig to be attached or stowed in a matter of seconds. This design allows the user much need versatility when transitioning to and from different scenarios.

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The chest rig comes complete with room for (4) fully loaded AR or AK style magazines, (2) Multi-Mission Pouches for standard double and single stack pistol magazines or multi-tools, (2) flapped general purpose pouches, and (1) STUFFIT expandable pouch for smoke grenades or electronics. The Disruptive Environments Chest Rig is made of 500D nylon construction and made in the USA. There are also seven color options that include: black, coyote, Multicam, Kryptek Mandrake, Kryptek Highlander, Kryptek Nomad, and Kryptek Typhoon.

The rig was specifically designed without radio or dedicated medical pouches so these essentials are with the user at all times, regardless if the chest rig is being used or not. The front magazine pouches accommodate both AR and AK type magazines. The Multi-Mission Pouches can hold 1911, Glock, Sig, M&P, XD and other standard magazines as well as most small handheld lights or multi-tools.

The Haley Strategic Disruptive Environments Chest Rig retails for $170 and can be ordered directly through the Haley Strategic website. Travis Haley has created a short 12 minute video further explaining the chest rig which can be seen below.

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