Tactical Tailor Fight Light 4-Point Battle Belt Harness

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1TT.197
$56.58
(16 reviews)
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Tactical Tailor Fight Light 4-Point Battle Belt Harness

The Tactical Tailor Fight Light Battle Belt 4-Point Harness is designed to work with the Fight Light Battle Belt but will also work with any similar belt system with attachment points. Features adjustable webbing, reinforced drag handle and Air Mesh lining for comfort. As part of the Fight Light line, the harness also features lighter weight 500 denier Cordura construction for 30% lighter weight than traditional gear, but with strategic reinforcements to be just as strong as its heavier weight counterparts.

MADE IN THE USA

PLEASE NOTE: FIGHT LIGHT BATTLE BELT NOT INCLUDED

Reviews

  • 5
    Tactical Tailor Fight Light 4-Point Harness

    Posted by Robert Stearns on 25th Jan 2019

    Works very well, light, distributes weight very well. Fits comfortably under body armor.

  • 4
    I like it.

    Posted by Jeremi Hale on 7th Jan 2018

    Only issue I have is this isn't an easy off quick release system if the harness is running under a plate carrier. But I knew that before buying it, and I'm also not a high speed low drag operator that might need to ditch equipment in an emergency.

  • 5
    Harness

    Posted by Mark on 29th Apr 2017

    Perfect harness, light weight just right support on shoulders

  • 5
    All it needs to be and nothing it don't...

    Posted by Craig France on 15th Jan 2017

    I was looking for some suspenders for my HSGI padded warbelt set up, but didn't want anything bulky. This is the $hit. works great under my pig plate carrier without adding bulk around the neck. Great. Get One!

  • 5
    Great harness; super comfy

    Posted by Josh on 21st Dec 2015

    The suspenders are super lightweight and don't bunch up at all. I wear mine under my banshee plate carrier and i can hardly feel them. No spot for attaching anything on the back but I don't want that option since I'm wearing them under my armor. They attach perfectly to my VTAC brokos belt and keep my gear from pulling my pants down. I highly recommend these to anyone with a battle belt that needs th extra support and also wears a plate carrier or tac vest overn them.

  • 5
    Great

    Posted by Reid on 7th Dec 2015

    Pretty simple, lots of adjustment, slim enough to wear under other gear. I use it on the HSGI Padded Belt/Cobra Rigger's Belt combo, just as a suspender since the belt sits so low on my hips. Half the time the straps are slack, since the belt mostly stays put, but it's important to have the insurance or the wrong move would put the belt around my ankles. If you're wearing the belt at your waist, you might not need this harness.

  • 5
    For the price & Usage...works great!

    Posted by Alberto R on 26th Oct 2015

    Just what the doctor ordered. :)

  • 4
    Good Product

    Posted by Unknown on 8th Oct 2015

    Added this to an HSGI Suregrip Battlebelt. Very Lightweight. Definitely could fit a giant (the straps are extremely long). Fits comfortably and doesn't restrict movement. I used it in the last training class that I attended and made carrying extra magazines much more comfortable. Before my belt would be straining under the same weight to stay on (since I have no hips), but had no problem running or maneuvering ever since adding the harness.

  • 4
    Good Product

    Posted by Josh on 2nd Jun 2014

    These suspenders seem to be pretty well made for the price. They have to be adjusted with the back side a bit lower than comparable suspenders due to the shape of the shoulder pads. My upper body is fairly muscular and my Trap muscles stick out above my shoulders a bit causing the pads to ride weird if they are not adjusted down in the back. Unfortunately this causes the D-Clips on the front to ride a bit higher than I'd prefer, but this isn't a problem with a Mayflower APC. This might cause the clips to dig into the shoulders with a pack, but I haven't had a chance to test this yet. If you aren't a weight lifter or are of average upper body strength this would not be an issue. My background is USMC Infantry and LE.