Anyone who understands anatomy and combat technique knows that there often are situations in battle, in which the only visible part is the middlingly protected upper torso with many easily broken parts to boot. Templar’s Gear’s solution to this is a detachable neck-nape-shoulder cover! The collar is quick to detach and so it can be put on whenever there is a need!
Manufactured from 500 denier Cordura
Attaches to the shoulder straps of a plate carrier just like any shoulder paddings do. Near the attachment flaps are 1 × 3 PALS matrices, attachment spots for shoulder covers and openable loops for tidying up hoses and cables
Front part attaches with polymer clasps to the PALS loops on plate carriers and with hook to the collar itself.
Inner lining breathable 3D mesh
Weighs 165 grams
Compatible with the Inquisitor and the CPC. And nothing prevents sticking it to any plate carrier with shoulder straps that are 45 mm wide at most. With a bit of tinkering it can probably fit even wider shoulder straps.
We haven’t tested it with protective materials inside, but here are the measurements to act as a guideline:
Shoulder parts: 31 × 9 cm. Shape somewhat resembles a banana
Nape part: width between the ends is approx. 58 cm when laid flat. Center part is approx. 14 cm wide and approx. 14 cm tall. Width of the “wings” is approx. 6 cm. Shaped like a V with the ends curving downward.
Neck part: width between the ends is approx. 30 cm when laid flat. Center part is approx. 9 cm wide, sides 5.5 cm. Shape somewhat resembles a banana.
Templar’s Gear – laser cut quality
Templar’s Gear represents the renaissance of European military gear manufacturers that began in the 21st century. American manufacturers dominated the tactical gear market for a long time, but the Old World was not yet ready to throw in the towel. In this continuum, Templar’s Gear represents the leading edge of high-quality, modern and well-designed gear. The defining characteristic of the company is that their products are manufactured using laser cutting and 500 denier Cordura, which makes the products a lot lighter without compromising reliability. Special attention has been paid to quality control in Templar’s pouches and gear, because a significant portion of the company’s customers are officials, whose safety and well-being might depend on the gear. The materials used by Templar’s Gear are IRR protected, so the user won’t glow in the night vision devices like a Ukrainian firefighter.
Extended two-year warranty
Templar’s Gear products are granted a two-year warranty. In more concrete manner this means that for example products sold this spring will have warranty for two action packed seasons of airsoft, shooting or whatever you decide to do with them.
The warranty covers all problems that might arise from defective materials or poor craftsmanship. Carelessness or misuse voids the warranty.