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Vest question
« on: Jan 18, 2022, 09:06 PM »
So my kit is leaning more towards the post imp side. I have a set of basic coveralls I was going to use for my flight suit, but I'm not sure if I have to use the post imp style vest or can I do a more traditional style?

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Re: Vest question
« Reply #1 on: Jan 18, 2022, 10:10 PM »
So my kit is leaning more towards the post imp side. I have a set of basic coveralls I was going to use for my flight suit, but I'm not sure if I have to use the post imp style vest or can I do a more traditional style?

From the Post Imperial CRLs for soft parts:

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Armor/flak vest:
Armor/flak vest must be worn under armor plates.
MOLLE/TAC and paintball style vests may be used without any modification.
However, the armor must be of a canon style that completely covers the vest.
Vests may be traditional Boba/Jango/Din Djarin style or custom style. If you have a question about your vest, see the App Team Q+A HERE.
Ensure the vest is properly fitted/tailored to you. Baggy and oversized vests are not acceptable. Zipper pull tabs/sliders and Velcro must be completely hidden from sight.
Vest can be made of multiple panels of different solid colors or solid color block(s). However, no printed fabric may be used as part of a vest.
Laces, zippers, velcro, cloth, and leather strapping are all acceptable methods of vest closure.
Zippers must be color matched with flight suit/flak vest. Zipper tabs/sliders must be hidden from view.
The vest must not extend past waist items. If the vest is covered by one or more waist items, the flak vest must be pulled taut and not bunch up at the waist.
Vest fabric must be of a quality fabric that is thick enough to support armor plates without sagging, creasing, or wrinkling. Suggested materials include cotton or cotton twill, nylon, duck cloth, leather/imitation leather, or quilted fabric. Stretch materials may only be used if they are form fitting and reinforced enough to support the armor plates without sagging.
T-shirts are NOT acceptable as armor vest material.

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