I gave my previous concept sketch the same treatment as my astronaut anatomy.
Perhaps some fluf is in order!
: [Challenger Combat Space Suit Mark three] is a medium range C-class Vacuum suit designed for use exclusively by the United Space kingdoms Expeditionary force. It's development was bank rolled by the USK, but, was co developed with Korean armaments firm 암소. Its development began when the older mark twos and threes began to fall behind following the arms race that resulted from the dispute over who should inherit margrave Aravaline's nuclear stockpile, following his death (2801).
The suit itself is designed to meet, if not exceed, modern standards of armor, mobility, and situational awareness technology. Ablative meshes and tough heat resistant reactive padding are used extensively thought the suits frame, instead of hard RHA or CPC plating more commonly used in other suits. Insulatory armor schemes ensures the the suit is both cheep and mobile, whilst effectively armoring almost every inch of the user. Hard shelled systems are almost non existent on the Mark three, however numerous and ambidextrous attachment systems are frequent on the suits frame and modular armor systems can be easily attached, as would any sort of equipment.
암소 won the bid to produce the on board systems, a contract that encompassed both the vacuum support modules and the combat systems. The Mark three takes advantage of recent advances in filter technology allowing the oxygen recyclers to operate without servicing for longer periods of time. Redundant systems are not included for the suits mobility thrusters, however the suits nominal operating range negates concern for crew safety should the system fail or become damaged.
Despite the lack of mobility the Challenger Mark three was awarded a seven safety score placing it as one of the safest C-class suits in existence, many requests have since been made to offer a NCO version to civilian rescue agencies and research groups within the USK (response pending).