US Military MOLLE Tactical Fighting Load Carrier Vest
- Genuine US Military Issue
- NSN: 8465-01-465-2056
- Modular Webbing Attachment System
- One Size Fits Most
- Made in the USA
- Color: Woodland Camo
FLC Vest: This vest is a component of Modular Lightweight Load-bearing Equipment (MOLLE). It features the popular modular webbing attachment system; allowing numerous components to be carried ON the vest. Attach MOLLE components or your own with carabiner clips. Features two interior pockets. The mesh front and open back design keep this vest extremely lightweight and highly manageable during any activity- even in the warmest temperatures. Quick release buckle front closure. Fully adjustable shoulder straps and waist belt allows this vest to be worn over almost any amount of clothing and extends to fit large and tall men as well.
The vest’s durable, rugged and versatile design make it perfect for personalizing your carry load. This style of vest is very popular for tactical operations and among paintball and fly fishing enthusiasts, but has almost limitless possibilities.
New Old Stock: Never issued, not in plastic bag. May show signs of extended bulk storage to include scuffed buckles/zippers. May contain manufacturer markings.
Very Good: Likely never issued, however, product will show signs of extended bulk storage or manufacturer defect. The painted buckles at back strap likely show faded paint, slight fading of fabric possible and buckles may be scuffed. May have small stains or unit/soldier identification.
Good Condition: Previously issued, but still in good condition. Painted metal buckles show fading, some rust and rust transfer to back straps. Small tears in mesh fabric, seams and webbing possible. Fabric may be faded and show signs of tape residue. Scuffed chest buckle is likely; waist buckle may be removed (this is a common military personnel preference; the waist is still fully adjustable).
Acceptable: Shows signs of military use. Rusted metal buckles may have transferred rust to fabric straps. Extensive tape residue on straps is likely. Small holes in mesh fabric and seams; rips in webbing possible. Scuffed chest buckle is likely; waist buckle has most likely been removed (this is a common military personnel preference; the waist is still fully adjustable). May need repairs, but will function as intended.