Currently, the most common attachment method for body armor on the market is the textile buckle on the front of the vest belt. However, this can lead to a number of performance failures. The textile lock adds weight and weight, it creates sound and wears out quickly, and it also traps water, mud and snow. From a safety point of view, the textile buckle fastening allows the additional protection on the belt (eg side panels and airbags) to move from where they should be to ensure maximum safety. Most of the vests to be fastened use a variety of cords as a release system, which are braided through intricate channels and which, when placed correctly, are cumbersome, heavy, inconvenient and difficult to reinstall. However, incorrect installation can have catastrophic consequences.
Quick Release / Quick Release
FirstSpear’s Tubes solution is the answer to all these problems. Quick-attach and even faster-opening Tubes TM fasteners are made of lightweight and durable polymer and outperform other molded fasteners currently used in the production of tactical equipment. Cast in modest colors and with many different activation options, the fastening system is easy to move and can only be assembled in seconds with SECONDS.
Cell Tag technology FirstSpear was the first to develop a unique and effective way to differentiate between passive and thermal cameras and night vision devices. By applying the latest reflective tapes and precision cutting and joining processes, this mark conveys a mark, identification mark or other information on the surface of the user’s clothing or equipment. This capability can be adjusted as desired using illuminated reflective tape, passive NIR or thermal tape. The three can also be combined according to the customer’s wishes.