Demonstration of a body armor concept and some regional variations and colors.
The plates are a flexible polymer composite, attached onto specific attachment points. They are easily replaceable, and replaced frequently. There are two styles of plates, Gen 1, as seen on the French soldier, and the simplified Gen 2, as seen on the German and the contractor on the right. The Egyptian only wears the center vest, which has internal pockets to accommodate traditional rifle plates. The thigh plate can also accommodate a pistol holster and straps to secure the added weight.
The tension mag pouches are mounted on webbing, with the horizontal arrangement simply shown as an alternate set-up. The Egyptian has them attached vertically to support the added weight of quad-stack mags. Camouflaged sections are backed by kevlar for shrapnel protection. The torso is made of lighter, moisture-wicking material.