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Helikon-Tex: PCS smock in PenCott™ camouflage

Helikon-Tex announced today that their PCS-style smock will be available in PenCott-GreenZone™ and PenCott-SnowDrift™ camouflage from January 2015.


Based on the design of the British Army’s ‘Personal Clothing System’ Smock, Helikon’s PCS Smock is constructed from milspec-grade 50/50 Nylon-Cotton ripstop fabric.  It features 10 spacious pockets for personal equipment,  a helmet-compatible hood that can be easily adjusted, a loose cut to fit over insulating layers in cold weather,  and double fabric layers in key areas for added wind protection.


MSRP is listed as 169 EUROs.

SEALS Action Gear gets ready for winter…

Being located in Alberta, Canada, SEALS Action Gear probably know a bit about cold weather and snow – and it looks like they’re getting ready for in style this year – judging by the snapshots of their latest prototypes that they recently posted on their Facebook page.

First up is the latest incarnation of their famous SOFTIE Jacket / Liner.  What’s new about this version 4.1 ULTRA SOFTIE is that has been made fully-reversible, with MultiCam on one side and PenCott-SnowDrifton the other!  The ULTRA SOFTIE is ultra-lightweight and stuffable and comes with a free stuff-sack included.



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New accessories from UF PRO

Having reset the standard in tactical clothing design and functionality, UF PRO® have now introduced several new accessories that extend the practicality of their garments.


With the UF PRO® Extension Straps you can now connect your battle belt with the belt loops of your UF PRO® tactical pants.

UF PRO straps in use

Choose between Black, Brown Grey and PenCott™ GreenZone.

UF PRO straps

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Kitanica’s new website is live!


KITANICA: 2-Zip Fleece In Stock

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