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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  • 5
    PC 13

    Posted by Eric on 10th Jul 2023

    I've purchased several products from WTF and I've always been happy. The build quality is excellent, and they are perfect for someone who wants a solid product without a bunch of unnecessary frills. The PC 13 is no different. I'm not a huge geardo, but I've used an Army issued gen 4 plate carrier, iba, iotv, Crye JPC and AVS, and stuff like AR500 carriers. The PC 13 has all of the build quality of any of those mentioned, and is super lightweight All id recommend is to make sure you know what you're getting. This doesn't have huge mesh padding on the body side of the plate pockets, it doesn't have a ton of molle webbing or even hook and loop. It has just what you need for a minimalist setup and nothing more. I've got an esstac 5.56 3 mag panel on front which fits great, I got the shoulder pads which are large, but well cushioned and have loops to route hydration tubes or comms through. I've currently got AR500 legacy UMWHPA plates in it, which I was worried about because they're super thick, I think 1.3", but they fit great. Overall, if you're looking for a minimalist setup, this is great. Everything you need, nothing you don't, and uses high quality materials and craftsmanship.

  • 5
    Great Kit

    Posted by John on 11th Apr 2023

    I bought this primarily for workouts and Tactical Game events. The quality if fantastic and extremely well built. After a few months of reasonably hard use, I have had no issues. Even compared to some of the more well known brands after using this I would have no issues running this over others for a low profile kit. WTF has once again delivered. Love their products and components

  • 5
    Nice carrier, slick and simple

    Posted by Jimmy on 26th Dec 2022

    If you want a high quality, simple carrier, this is the one. I like the fact that I can’t add crap to it even if I wanted to since there isn’t any molle on the front. Lots of flexibility with the side pouches. High quality construction and materials.

  • 5
    Great Carrier For The Price

    Posted by Robert Cox on 29th Aug 2022

    This was my first real plate carrier, and I've been very happy with it thus far. It's comfortable for my use case, affordable, and extensible. I've since bought additional kit to go with it, and at this point I don't know what else I would really need. TL;DR If you're looking for a solid entry level carrier, you can't really go wrong with this.

  • 5
    Plate Carrier 13

    Posted by tmars on 27th Mar 2022

    Great high quality carrier Holds my multi curve 4s17s just fine & comfortable to wear over a while thanks to the great shoulder pads

  • 5
    Plate Carrier

    Posted by CRW on 7th Mar 2022

    First Plate Carrier I've ever bought but compared to my buddies Crye JPC and FCPC this was a solid first plate carrier choice, I'm quite happy and I hope it serves me well should I need the protection it and the plates offer. Soon I shall try to take it hiking with me to see how well the shoulder pads I bought for it work out and will update this review ASAP.

  • 5
    Carrier is really nice.

    Posted by Jonathan on 23rd Dec 2021

    This is a super nice carrier for what you pay for it. I should have got the shoulder pads because the shoulder straps are pretty rough, but it's not a deal breaker. Also I have LAPG level 4 plates and they were super snug to get in. But regardless it's a great carrier. Definitely would buy again.

  • 5
    Plate Carrier 13

    Posted by Airsoft Review Argentina on 21st Dec 2021

    Super lightweight, minimalist, straight forward vest. It has a very low profile and a simple design that just WORKS

  • 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.