Porque é uma sensação tão boa se livrar das coisas, descarregar, deixar ir embora? Talvez porque quando vemos como precisamos de tão pouco para sobreviver. Isso nos faz perceber como realmente somos poderosos. Nos despimos e só ficamos com o que precisamos. Para ficar só com o que não conseguimos viver sem, é o que nós necessitamos, não só para sobreviver, mas para crescer.
Received my LBT 6094A in MAS Grey today, to replace my 6094B Slick in Multicam. Fits my Large plates perfectly (despite it supposedly being sized for Medium plates), and the color’s awesome, slightly darker than it appears in the photos, and it matches my AR’s paintjob very nicely. The regular 6094 is a bit more comfortable than the Slick, since it’s got the extra padding on the shoulders and it’s hardly any heavier, but it is a little bulkier, though it’s still pretty low-profile if you set it up to be.
You can stow a full size handgun in the radio pouches if you so choose (pictured with my CZ P09 w/ TLR-1), and it’s got a built-in Kangaroo pouch up front that you can fit three mags in with one of LBT’s inserts. I’ve got just regular old issued double-mag pouches with Esstac KYWI inserts until I can decide on how I want to run my magazines.
First impressions are nothing but positive, I can’t wait to get out and get it dirty and sweaty and see if those great first impressions hold up.
Ordered a multicam 6094A during LBT’s father’s day sale, and shot them an email asking if MAS Grey was available, and if it qualified for the sale. Got a note back saying that it didn’t qualify for the sale (it’s not listed on the site and is normally a special-order), but they had a few in stock, and would send me one at the sale price anyway. Can’t wait to get it.
Bottom line, LBT is the shit.
MAS(Maritime Assault Suit) Grey was introduced into the SOF community as a color variance that would provide optimum environment blending for our Sea, Air, Land Teams. Shades of grey have a history of minimal identifiability, working well within most environments, due to its lack of visibility/contrast across the color spectrum.