But you can get them a good pack to carry their books though. A bag that says, “I am higher on the food chain than the dorks you stuff into lockers, no need to steal my lunch money. I’m neither hipster nor hippie. I know good gear when I see it and I deploy to the school yard with the same level of gear that my daddy (or mommy) deployed to Dirkka-Dirkkastan with.”
In other words, cheer up the dejected and miserable students in your life with a Grey Ghost Gear Lightweight Assault Pack in ATACS FG, PenCott-BadLands or GreenZone; a Stealth Operator Pack in grey, grey diamond or ATACS FG. A Legacy Pack in Coyote Brown, MultiCam or one of 3 Kryptek patterns – Highlander, Mandrake or Typhon.
Once all those packs, patterns and colors are gone they’re gone! Miss your chance now and you’ll be mourning the missed opportunity for generations to come.
Buy one, buy three. But buy now, before it’s too late!
thanks to Airsoft & Military News for the header image
Under the traditional “RAL 7013″ color code, Brown-Grey gear is becoming more and more popular within Special Forces, because of its efficiency in arid, urban and woodland environments. It provides a very subtle appearance and allows the operator to nicely blend in, at day and at night.
Check out all the UF PRO® gear in RAL 7013 here.
Paratroopers are seen from the air after exiting from a CH-47 helicopter during “Leapfest XXXI” on Aug. 4, 2014. Leapfest is an Airborne parachute competition sponsored by the Rhode Island National Guard to promote high level technical training within the International Airborne community.
U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Horace Murray, 982nd Combat Camera Company (Airborne).
Expedition BDUs in Swedish M90 (woodland) and M90K (desert) splinter pattern camouflage. Jacket and trousers are each size LARGE. Asking $40 each piece.