A type of belt suspension method consisting of two straps attached to the belt's front, running up and over the shoulders, converging between the shoulder blades, and then running down the back and reconnecting to the center of the belt as a single strap. Frequently considered the “economical” method of suspension in the modern tactical industry.
This method was most famous for being used in the LC1 (United States), LC2 (United States), ??? (USSR), ____, ____, and _____ load carrying systems. It remained popular from WWII and into the 1990's.