Helikon-Tex Husky Tactical Winter Jacket Black

The Husky is a winter tactical jacket. It is an enhanced version of LVL 7 apparel, modified for use in extreme winter weather and other services in need of a winter tactical garb. This jacket is fitted with three concealable ID panels.
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The Husky is a winter tactical jacket. It is an enhanced version of LVL 7 apparel, modified for use in extreme winter weather and other services in need of a winter tactical garb. This jacket is fitted with three concealable ID panels. The Quick Side Access ™ provides easy drawing or holstered pistol and any other duty belt mounted gear. Husky is highly compressible - can be stuffed in a pack or cargo pouch, without losing any of its insulation properties.

Quick Side Access ™ (QSA ™) is a unique system that guarantees quick and comfortable access to all waist-mounted tactical accessories. Due to the ergonomic solutions applied in QSA ™ system, you can reach for a gun, paralyzer or any other accessory in one or more of your reaction time in emergency / life-threatening situations. Moreover, thanks to its civil appearances and adequate placement, Quick Side Access ™ (QSA ™) is perfectly suited for actions performed in urban surroundings.

FEATURES

 

  • Keeps the user warm even when law
  • Front two-way YKK® zipper with wind flap and chin guard
  • Helmet-compatible, collar stowed hood
  • Hidden ID panels for law enforcement undercover operators (Front: 12 cm wide x 7.5 cm hide, Back: 26 cm wide x 10 cm high)
  • Outer chest pockets with D-Rings and device slots
  • 'Dry' internal pockets for documents and other personal belongings
  • Two internal bottom pockets
  • Quick Side Access ™ system
  • Bottom adjustable for fit with elastic drawstring
  • Velcro-adjustable sleeve cuffs
  • WooJin® buckles
  • YKK® zippers
  • Compression pack included

 

 

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