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Post icon  Posted 27 December 2004 - 03:35 PM

The new Ultraback Emissary Vest has features that will help you become a self contained one man army on the paintball field. The Ultraback Emissary Vest has all of the same core design features of the original Ultraback Vest: Comfort, Utility, Versitility and KickButt Style, but now they are even better than before.

New Upgrades:

Hydration Unit Sleeve - Zippered sleeve to place a hydration bladder. Sleeve can be partitioned off to fit up to 70oz bladders. (Bladder not included.)

Removable Contouring Foam - The foam can now be easily removed and replaced back when needed.

Flip Down ID & Card Holder - Chest pocket now has an extra panel which flips down to easily display ID and view maps & info.

Movable Radio Pouch - A separate pouch made for FRS type radios. Can be placed on the front or back of the shoulder straps.

Redesigned Shoulder Straps - Shoulder straps now have nylon loops and D-rings for attaching and routing gear.

Longer Side Straps - Side straps are now longer to fit larger players more comfortably.

Front Belt Keepers - Now they are there if you need them.

Larger Tank Holder Attachment - Tank holder is now wider and taller than before. Can easily fit stubby style tanks & tanks with neoprene covers.

Extended Attachment Area - Easier to reach your tubes and more surface area for tube and tank setups.

Optional Custom Callsign and Team Names - Add a custom callsign and/or team name strips to your Ultraback Vest.

Standard Features:

-- Original design made specifically for paintball and not modified from some other application. The contouring design wraps around your body for a snug fit which promotes increased mobility, distributes the weight and helps keep a low profile.

-- Modular design lets you configure your setup how you want. Whether you want to wear the packs horizontal or vertical it's very easy to switch the setup. You can also add or take away the tank holder attachment if you want to run a remote setup!

--Interchangeable and Rearrangeable tube holders.
--Removable Tank Holder for Remote Setup.
--Clip to Carry Your Mask When Not Playing.
--Side Zipper on Chest Pouch for Radio Headset Wires.
--Pockets and Pouches For: Keys, Tools, Money, Etc.
--Padded Design Helps Eliminate the Sting of Getting Hit.

The Ultraback Emissary Vest comes with:

--(2) Tube holder attachments w/ ripcords which can hold (3) 140 round tubes each. (One tube fits in the flip out elastic sleeve.)
--(1) Tank holder pouch to run a remote setup.
--(1) Moveable Radio Pouch

This vest is infinately adjustable...I give it a 10 out of 10, and can be purchased for $80-90.
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Posted 04 January 2005 - 11:23 PM

A side note, the clip for the mask can also hold your marker with a sling kit and 1" strap and buckle to fit the clip on the vest.

I put one on the right hand side during play then I clip it on the left side when idle/waiting for a game.

GREAT Vest!!! Comfortable as Heck
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