Batlskin Modular Head Protection System

Revision Military, a world leader in protective soldier solutions, announces…

Revision Military, a world leader in protective soldier solutions, announces the much anticipated retail debut of its Batlskin Modular Head Protection System. Designed for use with the Advanced Combat Helmet (ACH), the system is now available for purchase by active duty military and Law Enforcement Officers (LEO) within the U.S. and Canada. Initial size offerings accommodate the ACH helmet’s two most common sizes: Medium and Large, with Small and X-Large sizing available this summer. Comprised of the Front Mount, Mandible Guard and Visor, the Batlskin System provides full protection from blunt force, blast and ballistic threats with lightweight wearability for peak performance.


“The Batlskin System is a modular solution that lets the soldier armor up or down depending on the imminent threat level. It provides additional, life-saving protection when needed with the ability to quickly doff components once no longer necessary,” explains Jonathan Blanshay, CEO of Revision. “We’re pleased to extend this level of protection to individual soldiers and law officers who operate in harm’s way.”


Available now, the following ACH-compatible Batlskin components can be purchased at Revision’s online store and through select military retailers across the U.S.: the Batlskin Front Mount (MSRP $89.99); the Batlskin 3-Position Visor (MSRP $279.99); and the Batlskin High-Threat Mandible Guard (MSRP $479.99).

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  • That Guy

    I’m not a big fan of the ‘shoot from the hip’ hollywood fighting stance. Hopefully within a decade or so it will have a holographic heads-up display so we can know what the hell I’m shooting at.

  • Matt in Oklahoma

    @ Lt. Miller, USMC
    It would need to be run like wearing any other protective mask by canting the rifle sideways.
    This is less of an issue for some rifle setups if nowadays if you mount the redot on a 45degree angle and run the iron sights or magnifications devices on top. Canting wont throw the aim off in CQC to have an effect.

  • Lt. Miller, USMC