One Outerwear, Every Mission
CWCS makes use of P.A.L.S., a system created by the US military's Natick Soldier Center to replace the aging ALICE system. It's that horizontal webbing that you've likely seen on armor-plate-vest carriers and assault vests.
When you're performing your own alpine assault, it's pretty clear that the mission can change day to day and hour-to-hour. Accordingly, the CWCS system allows you to strap on as much gear as you need, or strip everything down to knife-fight simplicity.
Pockets Everywhere. And Nowhere.CWCS pockets—it ships with a LOT of them—can be repositioned and removed using PALS ladder weaving. They can also be supplemented by any MOLLE/PALS compatible gear, which means that you can turn a shotgun scabbard from the surplus store into a monopod holder for your GoPro. You can weave on the same hydration and carrying systems used by mainline troops the world over. As tough as your riding might get, I assure you it is NOTHING compared to the conditions they operate in; CWCS is designed from the start to be a system, not just something to cover up your nakedness—although it does a great job of that too.
Colorway Patch Groups
Based on the colorway, each CWCS jacket comes equipped with a set of complimenting patches:
For resorts and teams, we can also work with you to design livery that matches your needs.