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Direct Action® USA is live — GO LOUD!

Direct Action® is proud to announce the launch of Direct Action Gear into the North American Market today. 

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Advanced tactical equipment manufactured by DA® is now available to customers within the US, but because “No One Gets Left Behind” they’re also planning on offering their high-quality products to the Canadian and Mexican markets this year as well.

The online store for the US is now up and running at us.directactiongear.com - the site is also accessible on mobile devices.

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To celebrate the premiere of Direct Action® on the US market they are offering FREE SHIPPING on orders of at least $100 to the 48 contiguous U.S. states.  However, due to the high demand for their products, Direct Action® can only allow a maximum of 5 products per order with the free shipping offer.

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2015 marks 30 years of Arktis

This year marks 30 years of Arktis supplying the services with hardy, durable gear, made in the UK.

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HAPPY ANNIVERSARY ARKTIS!

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UR Tactical expands PenCott™ line-up

UR Tactical continues to expand their range of replica and original gear for the airsoft and military / tactical gear and clothing market – now featuring genuine PenCott™ pattern materials too. 

In recent weeks they’ve been showcasing  a growing range of PenCott-based products on their Facebook page – which we present a sampling of here. 1385552_804525706257796_6695603596536470775_n10402476_828412070535826_163819212466594296_n1653902_867870563256643_6341216963599244899_n10386358_867871759923190_3428739397093202144_n10922454_866033373440362_2108510588793577316_n10926191_867871766589856_1844085856429747902_n10940627_868847153158984_6327898248847481440_n

Rumor has it that UR Tactical might be expanding their US / North American distribution soon as well.  Stay tuned to their website and Facebook page for further news and info as it becomes available.

PenCott™ camo BDUs and Boonie Hats from SEALS Action Gear

SEALS Action Gear was one of the first companies other than Crye Precision to offer tactical clothing in MultiCam camouflage, now they’ve released some sneak peak photos of their signature Tactical Field Shirt and Tactical Field Pants in PenCott GreenZoneand BadLands™.

This is great news for all the folks in North America who’ve been waiting for some reasonably-priced, domestically-produced uniforms and headgear in the PenCott patterns.  Together with gear from Tactical Tailor, now end-users in North America will be able to kit themselves up with a full PenCott loadout.

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SEALS Action Gear’s Tactical Field Shirt is made from genuine PenCott-printed Cordura brand 50/50 NyCo ripstop fabric.  The shirt features their signature sleeve pocket design, and chest pockets that are slanted inward for easy reach.  The chest pockets also feature double pocket flaps, covering the buttons for maximum security and snag-resistance.   The front of the shirt features a covered front zipper closure with snaps on top and bottom.

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UF PRO ‘Striker XT’ BDU coming soon in Bundeswehr Flecktarn!

UF PRO’s excellent Striker XT BDU will soon also be available in authentic “5 Farben Flecktarn” PES/Cotton camouflage fabric.

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The following Striker XT products will be available in Flecktarn:

  • Striker XT Camo Combat Pants 169.00 €
  • Striker XT Camo Combat Shirt 95.00 €
  • Boonie Hat 24.50 €

The Flecktarn Striker XT BDU items will be available beginning of March 2015.  UF PRO will most likely have them on display at IWA in Nuremburg March 6-9.

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