Today, the Australian brand Platatac has expanded its collection of military tactical clothing with two new jackets — Harry Hard Jacket 1.2 and Harry Combat Hoody. Both new items are built on the basis of the previously released Harry Hard Jacket, but have a number of significant differences both in cut and in the materials used. When developing the design of new products, the long-term use of external platform vests and loaded backpacks of various types was taken into account..
The new Harry Hard Jacket 1.2 softshell jacket is made from a single-layer stretch-blend fabric with water-repellent Schoeller NanoSphere treatment. The Harry Combat Hoody is made of a two-layer material, the outer layer is DURO Alpha stretch with NanoSphere water-resistant impregnation, and fleece is used as a lining. The zippers used in both jackets are exclusively from YKK.
The Harry Hard Jacket 1.2 is designed with a large, fully detachable and adjustable hood, high collar, central closure with a wide security zip, dropped back, long sleeves with adjustable cuffs, vents under the sleeves, and at least five external pockets. The Harry Combat Hoody features a non-removable hood with an elasticated neckline and high collar, central zip fastening, vents, slightly longer sleeves with adjustable cuffs, two pairs of outer pockets and one pair of open inner pockets.
The Platatac Harry Hard Jacket 1.2 is available in Multicam, Khaki and Ranger Green, while the Platatac Harry Combat Hoody is currently only available in MultiCam. The jackets are listed for $250 and $270 respectively.