The Advanced Combat Helmet (ACH) is a modular system that weighs less, fits better and is more comfortable than its predecessor. Modular, flame-retardant and moisture-resistant pads act as the suspension system between the wearer’s head and the helmet. The cotton/polyester chin strap and a four-point design allow for quick adjustment. It includes a Ballistic NAPE Protective Pad for the neck that adds ballistic protection between the bottom of the helmet shell and the top of the Interceptor Body Armor collar. A rubber trim finishes the edge of the ACH shell. The ACH is available in five sizes from small through XX-large.
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