Load Bearing, Packs, Pouches



Having foresight, we have seen the need for a resurgence in traditional webbing. As the very real potential for near-peer threats loom on the future battlefield, soldiers will need more sustainment, more magazines and carry this equipment for extended periods of time with increased comfort.  With our experience using traditional webbing, we have seen firsthand the advantages and the drawbacks of this style of system over the decades. Our goal of implementing a rig which revolutionizes this concept without the drawbacks—has now become a reality. We have designed a complete soldier system where a rucksack not only integrates with body armor, but also integrates seamlessly with full belt-order. For the first time in history, we at Crossfire have been able to properly accomplish this task. We present to you—The DZ Rig.


  • 2 Sizes
  • 4 Magazine pouches to carry up to 12 STANAG 30rd 5.56 magazines
  • 2 canteen pouches to fit all standard canteens and Nalgene’s with nesting cups.
  • 1 larger sustainment pouch
  • Bungee cord cinchable pouches
  • 3 levels of pouch closure, use all levels of retention or a combination of (silent tuck-tabs, Velcro, jumpable cord locks)
  • Padded, low profile yoke for a perfect connection when wearing our packs
  • Ventilated shoulder harness back
  • Padded contoured belt for increased hip mobility
  • 2x pack adapter straps with SR buckle release
  • Compatible with our CF1, CF2, CF3, DG1, DG SLICK, DG3, DG3AW, DG16, MK7

SIZING – To get the right size the first time, we have calculated our rig size based off of your normal jean/waist size. We size these to be capable of wearing a light combat smock and T-shirt underneath the rig.

For the guys right in the middle of the two sizes. If your waist is 35”+ and intend on usage in cold climates with the use of an insulating layer underneath or thick belt, we recommend going with L/XL. If you are sized 36-” but intend on using a combat pant/light smock with thin a belt in temperate to warm climates go with the M/L.

M/L for trouser/waist size (30-36″)

L/XL for trouser/waist size (36-42″)



3 reviews for DZ-Rig

  1. Chris Haynes (verified owner)

    Very sturdy and well thought out rig. The closure system (bungee, Velcro, and/or tab tuck) is great as it gives a lot of options to how to access your gear in regards to speed, stealth, or security. Comfortable solo, want to try with a pack, preferably the CF2 or CF3 that is supposed to integrate with it. Yet to see review or footage so may just have to take a leap of faith on it.

    Also, Desert Tiger Stripe was super cool to see, definitely won’t match with any of your other kit but who cares.

  2. Jason Dammann (verified owner)

    Thanks crossfire for your foresight and commitment to the warfighter through your vison and quality products. I got this because u serve in the army and in Alaska where being able to carry enough ammo and sustainment is the differance between life and death. Just tested this rig under extreame conditions in Delta Alaska. Teperatures ive the month were in the high forties diwn to negitive 30s. O was able to carry almost 2 basic combat loads 12 mags. 2 liters if water my NVDs medical supplies a cleaning kit for my weapon and two days of rations stripped down. All while being able ro seemlessly wearining it stand alone or over my plate carrier. It was perfect. I love how it can be combined with my DG 3 for short patrols or my MK 7 when i needed to be out for extended periods. The stability when using it in conjunction w8th a pack made it perfect for over snow movements by ski or snow shoe. Ot is the perfect reimagination of an old idea and is a soulytion for the modern near peer fight when you need to carry more farther and resupply may be an issue. Agaij another perfect piece of kit from Cross fire

  3. Tom Blakey

    This is an awesome modern solution of a classic method of load carriage. The DZ rig is the most comfortable out-of-the-box belt kit I have ever worn. I served for 33 years in the British Paras and Pathfinders, including seven operational tours, so I have a fair bit of experience using belt kit. The yoke provides perfect stability and load carrying comfort, and the load capacity is awesome. The magazine pouches are attached by MOLLE, so you have the option of changing them according to your weapon type (ie 7.62 short or 7.62 NATO). The pouches are closed with innovative tuck tabs that can be operated one handed, silently, plus don’t include breakable parts. You can easily carry up to 12 AR magazines, two litres of water, 24 hours rations, an IFAK and Escape and Evasion kit. This provides you with a level of sustainability that can’t be achieved with a chest rig or plate carrier, plus in comfort. This is essential for the modern battlefield, as seen in current conflicts around the World. The integration of Crossfire Packs with the DZ rig is a great idea too, as the belt kit supports the weight across your hips. Awesome work Crossfire!

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