Mayflower Assault Plate Carrier (APC) BASE
Base only! NO CUMMERBUND. Pick your own
Note: Please purchase the Velocity Systems Side Plate Retainer Straps for side plates that are larger than or equal to 6"x6" and 1" thick
The Assault Plate Carrier (APC) is designed to provide the wearer with a high degree of mobility while providing ample surface area for mounting mission essential pouches. The upper front of the APC contains an integral admin pouch with internal elastic loops to retain pens, pencils, chemlites or similar items. The front lower half of the APC has an integrated pouch sized to hold up to three M4 sized magazines.
The APC is supplied with our standard PALS compatible cummerbund designed to accept side soft armor. The APC is also compatible with our suite of modular cummerbund.
The APC is available in two sizes: S/M and L/XL with three cummerbund options. The S/M is available with either a small or medium cummerbund; the L/XL is available with either a medium or large cummerbund. The plate pockets are sized to accommodate stand alone or in-conjunction with BALCs/ESAPI or Swimmer cut plates. The S/M APC will fit small, medium and 10"x12" sized plates. The L/XL APC will fit large and extra-large plates. Reference the APC sizing chart below for correct fitting.
All materials and workmanship are 100% made in the USA.
The Assault Plate Carrier is available in the following colors:
- Coyote Brown: 500D solution dyed
- Crye Multicam: 500D
- Black: 500D
- Ranger Green: 500D
Bottom three rows of Molle have Loop Velcro.
If you measure 34-44" at the navel, you should try a S/M APC with a Small cummerbund
If you measure 42-52" at the navel, you should try a S/M APC with a Medium cummerbund
If you measure 43-53" at the navel, you should try a L/XL APC with a Medium cummerbund
If you measure 49-59" at the navel, you should try a L/XL APC with a Large cummerbund
- Small - 5 Rows MOLLE - Fits 5"x7" Soft Armor
- Medium - 6 Rows MOLLE - Fits 5"x9" Soft Armor
- Large - 7 Rows MOLLE - Fits 5.5"x11" Soft Armor
For plate carrier fitting advice, please see the SKD Blog post: How to Choose the Right Size Plate Carrier