The LV119 COVERT Plate Carrier System is a slick no-frills solution for those who need hard plates in the lowest profile. A 3″ x 5″ velcro patch is sewn onto the front for IR identifiers and patches. The front bag is set up to run either slick or with a placard. Simply attach the included 1″ ITW NEXUS hardware buckles to the hidden webbing loops and attach your Micro Fight Chest Rig or other placard. Behind the front bag is a “Map Stasher” pouch. This makes it easy to stow thin and commonly used items such a map or VS-17 marking panel.
The LV119 Plate Carrier System was designed to be a scalable and highly-configurable plate carrier platform. The system will offer accessories ranging from Covert Low Visibility Operations to High Threat Direct Action Raids. Spiritus Systems will be developing further upgrades for their line of plate carriers which will be LV119-compatible.
This LV119 Plate Carrier package includes the front and rear bags, size 1 Cummerbund (which fits waists up to 42″), two slick shoulder covers, and a pair of ITW Nexus buckles.
The LV119 DOES NOT come pre-assembled. You set it up based on your body type and sizing preferences. Click here for setup instructions.
The LV119 also DOES NOT include soft or hard armor.
Plate Fitment— The carrier was designed to snugly fit United States Standard Issue SAPI cut plates. The bags were built to accommodate “thicker” plates but they will NOT fit any plates that are not cut to SAPI Spec.
Medium- 10″ x 12.5″
Large- 10.25″ x 13.25″
Thickness- MAXIMUM of 1.20″
What is the difference between the OVERT and COVERT LV119 plate carriers?
There are several. The OVERT rear bag can accommodate backpack attachments and the COVERT cannot. The OVERT has molle panels on the front bag, the COVERT is slick outside of a small hook/loop area. The OVERT has shoulder loops which help accommodate comms cables or a hydration hose and the COVER is slick. Ultimately, they function similarly but the OVERT is a bit more modular and the COVERT is slicker for a more minimalist setup.
I’m a skinny guy, will a medium fit me?
Yes. If you opt for size small SAPI plates, those will still fit in the medium. Additionally, padding the plate can help it fit in the carrier better. Level IIIA inserts or trauma pads can help too.
Is there any way to attach gear to the back of the LV119?
At this time that’s a negative.
Can I run other types of placards on the LV119?
Yes, the Velocity and HSP placards are compatible since they use the same SwiftClip specs.