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EVO Trooper CRL


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Yep here's the other CRL that's taking WAY too long to get together. Here's the EVO CRL. Still have a few photos to finish and then I'll post those up. I'll also take some measurements of some of the EVO specific stuff (pouches, tubes, etc.). This one might need a little work, considering the amount of custom pieces, so as always, post any changes you guys think of!




EVO Trooper








• White fiberglass, ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene), or HIPS (High Impact Polystyrene).

• Traps (trapezoids on dome of helmet) and tears (area beneath the corners of eye lenses) are gray

• The only acceptable lens colors are Dark Green, Smoke and Black. Lenses must be sufficiently dark enough to obscure the costumer's eyes.

• Frown is black as well as groove along the side of the helmet.

• There is an orange stripe that is offset on the left side of the helmet above the lenses.

• Two black, vertical stripes run along the back of the “cheeks.â€


Neck Seal

• Black with horizontal ribs, fitted to the wearer, and extending from the base of the neck to the top of the Adam's apple.


Shoulder Bells




• One on each shoulder being flat black in color. There are five holes on both shoulder bells. The left shoulder has an offset orange stripe running vertically.






• Biceps are fully closed with an offset orange stripe on the left bicep.






• Forearms are fully closed with an offset orange stripe on the left forearm. The left forearm also has a tube attached to the side. Both forearms have straps running around the circumference of the forearm.


Hand Plates




• White, roughly pentagonal in shape, the hand plates are mounted securely over the back of the glove. As an alternative to plastic, these may be made out of latex or latex-like material.

• TK handplates are not acceptable

• Each finger has two finger plates with the thumb having a single, longer plate.



• Black rubber, nomex, leather, or leather-like material, with no visible straps or logos. The fingers are enclosed, non-textured.






• Chest plate overlaps the abdominal plate.

• Chestbox mounts on the chest plate with a central box and a lower tube. Two hoses lead out of the box into the helmet, and a single hose comes out of the tube and attaches to the abdomen plate.






• Back plate contains a "O II" design with little or no overlap of the kidney plate.


Under Suit

• Black non-textured material, either one-piece or two-piece construction with no visible zippers or logos.


Abdomen Plate




• The ab plate has a button area with 8 black buttons and one white button; buttons are approximately 7/16" in diameter.

• A circular detail is present on the right side, just above the belt.

• A hose coming from the chestbox attaches to the left side just above the belt.


Kidney Plate




• It is allowable to have a single kidney/butt plate for 501st requirements. If a separate kidney plate is used, it should line up with the ab plate, with the top of the kidney plate being flush to or under the back plate.


Butt Plate




• It is allowable to have a single kidney/butt plate for 501st requirements. If a separate butt plate is used, it should line up below the bottom of the belt with with the ab plate, with minimal gap between it and the kidney plate.






• Belt face is made of plastic (ammo belt). It is comprised of 6 rectangular boxes, with two large circular greeblies on the ends of the belt.

• Four rectangular pouches mount on the belt, two on each side.






• The thigh armor is closed in the back.


Lower Leg




• Lower legs close in the back. Knee plates mount on both legs. The right leg has 4 tubes, similar to the forearm tube, mounted on the side.






• White leather or leather-like, above ankle height, with a flat sole, with no buckles or laces. Jodhpur-type boots or an equivalent style.

• Elvis or Mariachi boots are not acceptable.

• There should be no seam on the front of the boot.

• A "dog bone" shaped strap covers the bridge of the foot.


Field Backpack

• Styled after the ANH Sandtrooper packs with some minor changes:

• The frame of the pack is in two separate sections; one extends around the sides and top of the pack, with the other section laying below the bottom box

• A hose extends around the left and top side (as you look at it) of the pack.

• The lower box is taller than standard Sandtrooper packs

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