Thursday, June 8, 2023

Tactical Awful - Poorly Designed & Uncomfortable - Helikon-Tex MK2 FoxTr...

This is a Helikon-Tex Foxtrot Mk2 Belt Rig Field Test Review;
How comfortable and how useful is a system like this and is it worth your hard earned money? 
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Helikon-Tex Foxtrot Mk2 Belt Rig, Bushcraft Line

What it is : The Foxtrot is a lumbar bag that can be worn with just the included belt or with the included suspenders harness system.  Think of this as a tactical fanny pack of sorts.

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Materials : YKK Zippers, 500D Cordura

Capacity : 5.5l

Dimensions : 10.20" x 7.10 "x 4.70"

Weight : 1.5lbs

Colors : Olive Green, Black, Coyote Brown, Adaptive Green, Shadow Grey

Price : Retail is $70 , on Amazon it’s $78.  
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