ATS Slimline Chest Harness
The ATS Slimline Modular Chest Harness was designed to fit two parameters: we wanted to make a slim and trim, no excess chest harness, and we wanted a chest harness that interfaced with the ATS Aegis Plate Carrier. This rig does that!
- Available in 7.62
- Can be used as a stand-alone chest harness or clipped into our Aegis Plate Carrier
- 21 ¼" wide x about 6" tall
- Center section features four individual rifle magazine pockets with bungee pull tabs that have been covered in SureGrip non-slip material
- Three channels and three rows of PALS webbing on either wing for attaching any MOLLE compatible pouch such as a first aid- or radio pouch.
- There is a 4 inch wide and 6 inch tall, Velcro-closed flat pocket at the top of each wing that is large enough to accommodate a single magazine so the harness will carry a basic load
- The center section features an 11.5 inch wide, six inch tall map pocket
It is made in the ATS factory in Hopkinsville, KY and is lifetime warranted against defects in manufacturing and workmanship.
Well built, doesn't have unnecessary room for 50 magazines, I put on an HSGI pistol taco on my left for a light and pistol mag and an ITS tactical small med kit on the right (I forgot the name). Great minimal set up.
Bought this from the ATS showroom near Fort Campbell before my last deployment and have been in love with it ever since. It's great if you've come to the realization that you don't actually use all of that crap you've been carrying on your kit. I can run 6x mags, ATS IFAK, Harris radio pouch, a small GP pouch for NODs and batteries, and a flashbang pouch that holds a compass, headlamp, and a cut up VS17. It has three rows of molle on the side but if you get creative you can use the buckles to make a fourth. I have it clipped on to a standard KDH plate carrier with the issued TAP attachment kit but you have to get a little creative because it doesn't quite reach the side plate pouches. My only gripe is the internal radio pouches barely fit a Harris PRC-152, so I wouldn't recommend it if you plan on changing batteries on a mission. Overall great rig, definitely recommend it to anyone who doesn't need to carry a bunch of extra stuff and plans on going in the prone once and awhile.
I ordered the rig in Ranger Green as the M4 version. The rig itself is very light, made of 500D, and the stitching is great. The radio pouches on the sides are lined with velcro and very convenient. There is an admin pouch behind the mag pouches, as well as a patch of velcro for attatching to Plate carriers. While not pictured, there are also two Itw female buckles on each side of the rig, as well as two male above the mag pouches. My one complaint is the location of those two top buckles. They are presumably spaced to accomodate ATS' plate carrier, making it a bit too far apart for other carriers. Other than that, it is an excellent slim rig with plenty of pouches.