Plate Carrier 13 for SAPI, 10x12, Hesco 3810, L210 RMA 1091 1092 1093 1094 RMA 1155, Hoplite, and more

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Plate carrier 13

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Plate Carrier 13 is made in the USA and offered in multiple sizes to fit your plates.  Included is a 6 cell, milspec elastic cummerbund.  Each cell can accept mags, smoke, commo, pyro, TQs, etc.  Please see notes below for the correct size to fit your plates

WTF's Plate Carrier 13, is manufactured in the USA from US made milspec, solution dyed, Berry compliant, IRR compliant nylon fabrics.  Plate Carrier 13 accepts SAPI, shooter, and swimmer cut plates.  WTF's Plate Carrier 13 accepts WTF Accessory Panels, SwiftClip compatible placards, and WTF's Back Panels.  Plate Carrier 13's plate bags have a generous stretch panel and accept a wide variety of industry standard plates in respective sizes.

VELCRO® USA hook and loop panels both front and back accept IFF, ID, etc while serving as a mating surface for Back Panels and Accessory Panels.  On both plate bags, two webbing loops accept split bar female buckles for Accessory Panel docking.  Optional shoulder pads enhance comfort and routing options while further reducing fatigue.  PALS and hydration Back Panels are available now.

Plate Carrier 13 uses MIL-DTL-32439 500D nylon fabric, MIL-W-17337 & A-A-55301 nylon webbing, A-A-55126 nylon hook & loop, A-A-59826 bonded nylon thread, MIL-W-5664 nylon elastic, safe and modern machinery, excellent lighting, cold air conditioning, and well compensated skilled labor to produce a cost effective, versatile, scalable, plate carrying solution.

Plate Carrier 13 is manufacturable and is kept in stock.  If you can add it to your cart, it's in stock and ready to ship.

Plate Carrier 13 (medium) is lightweight at just under 15.7oz / 444g with Cummerbund 13 and without an accessory panel or shoulder pads.


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  • 4
    Awesome and affordable

    Posted by Zachary Wong on 8th Nov 2021

    Really love this plate carrier even though I haven't gotten a lot of time on it yet. I have a nicer PC for my main but this one is a nice backup/secondary plate carrier. It's also a good entry level PC for those who don't want to dump a bunch of cash right out of the gate. The only thing that I didn't really like was that the Velcro had hard corners on the shoulder straps but that was a simple fix with a pair scissors. If you're thinking about pulling the trigger you can't go wrong with this pc.

  • 5
    Bang for the Buck

    Posted by Christopher on 26th Oct 2021

    After recently purchasing this carrier and taking the time to dial it in for my application, I am impressed with its construction and how my plates snuggly fit (Hesco L210s). I was able to use an existing placard I had and it worked seamlessly. The modularity it provides really allows you to trick it out to your specific needs. The velcro is also of good quality for what you pay, I mean look at the price this is a small invested to get into the arena. I would definitely recommend to others interested in a new carrier who also wants to support smaller companies not "tactical megastores"

  • 5
    Good kit

    Posted by Unknown on 16th Sep 2021

    I’m not sure what the main difference is between the one that’s $60 more but this is a good minimalistic carrier and it’s USA made. I really like the innovation of this company. The only negative thing is the clips seem a bit high for the normal placards to fit.

  • 4
    Heck of a deal

    Posted by James in Tempe AZ on 27th Aug 2021

    I stumbled across WTF on Reddit while I had just dipped my toes into the pool of body armor. Let me just say that I went in blind and crashed a few times. Needless to say, I had two sets of plates for two rigs that didn't fit it, and decided to pick up the Carrier 13 for a measly $99 so that one set of plates would have a home. It was bare bones but the sizing chart was awesome to confirm which correct PC (10x12) I should get. Cummerbund is comfortable, and the magazine areas are great, though when they are really tucked into your armpit, it isn't comfortable, so perhaps run 20round mags there instead. I only use the first slot on both sides and have a placard carrying other mags. I'm running the Hesco L210 and 4401 "large" 10x12 plates along with the T-Rex Arms foam pads. L210s fit like a dream with the pads, and the 4401 are tight with the extra padding, however still fit with some effort. Probably worth getting the shoulder pads or sleeves for the shoulder straps. The exposed velcro isn't nice on raw neck skin. But otherwise it is a good back up rig, or first dive into plate carriers as you start learning things you want to have in a more expensive plate carrier. I got boring black, so I may have to spring for a camo version in the future.

  • 4
    Not just for airsoft.

    Posted by Joe on 25th Aug 2021

    If you are thinking that this gear is just for airsoft, or looks like it's made of Chinesium. It's not. (Doesn't mean I don't use it for airsoft anyways though lol). It's not indestructible and isn't custom tailored but it's nice stuff.