MARK IV Operating Instructions and Features
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MARK IV Operating Instructions and Features Figure 5 A. Figure 5 B. Right Left Fig. 1. Center Front Ventilation: With the Fig. 2. Mini Maglight™ Holster: The left Fig. 3. Epaulets: The epaulets on the MARK IV Fig. 4. Shoulder Extension: The sleeves of the Fig. 5 A. & B. Left and Right Rib Padding: center front zipper in the unzipped position and pocket assembly is garnered with a snapping are made of heavy-duty webbing intended for use MARK IV are constructed with shoulder The MARK IV’s rib padding is strategically the side release buckles clipped, air flow is Mini Maglight™ Holster. The MARK IV is as a drag strap for emergency evacuation. On top extensions for the greatest possible range of placed along the rib cage for side-impact and allowed into the jacket for ventilation. outfitted with hands free Mini Maglight™ left of each epaulet are camouflage loops. Each motion. protrusion resistance. and right shoulder cradles. See Epaulets. epaulet has a Mini Maglight™ cradle to free one’s hands for tasks in the dark that require two hands. Fig. 6. Cinching Collar: The Mark IV’s dual Fig. 7. Rifle Recoil Pad: The MARK IV’s Fig. 8. Articulated Spine Pad: The MARK Fig. 9. Cinching Waist: Adjust the cinching Fig. 10. Interior Pockets: The 2 generous cinching collar when fully cinched retains body rifle recoil pad is articulated and constructed IV’s form fitting back padding makes it easier waist belt to accommodate your waistline and interior pockets are sealed with Velcro™ heat inside the jacket and limits the amount that with EVA foam which doesn’t absorb to crawl under obstacles on your back. weather conditions. closures to ensure items stay put. would escape as it tries to rise. The dual cinch moisture. also allows for versatile collar positioning. Care Instructions: Abuse. Machine Wash*. Hang Dry. Repeat. *Note: Field testing has shown that using compressed air is a very effective cleaning method for the MARK IV.