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Raine Inc. offers a variety of products in their Raine BLACK line of Berry-Compliant, high-end gear designed to for Tier One units.
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Cerberus was the legendary 3-headed dog that guarded the gates of Hades. Tactical Tailor has introduced a new 72-Hour Medical pack, that can also be used as a regular 3-day pack as well, named after the legendary beast. 3 heads, 3 days – get it?
The Cerberus Pack features heavy duty zippers that run all the way around 3 sides of the bag in order to give easy and complete access to the contents.
Established in 1985, Arktis Ltd. is one of the Founding Fathers of the revolution in soldiers’ equipment that has been going on for the past 25+ years. But, whilst Arktis have always been known for great products, they’ve never had a great web presence. Well, that changed today – with the launch of their all-new website!
The new website is easy and intuitive to navigate through, offering several different ways in fact to quickly and easily get to the section or product that you’re interested in, and it also features great hi-quality product imagery throughout. The one thing that I find a bit a bit surprising / confusing is that they now list everything by its model number rather than its name – its only when you click on the item that you discover, for example, that “A110″ is the “Hot Climate Shirt”.
Hot News from Tactical Tailor and Grey Ghost Gear:
“We have gotten into the fashion of talking of cavalry tactics, artillery tactics, and infantry tactics. This distinction is nothing but a mere abstraction. There is but one art, and that is the tactics of the combined arms.”
— Maj. Gerald Gilbert, The Evolution of Tactics, 1907
“Shit, it’s the Blues Brothers!”
— Matt Murphy, 1980
ALCON: Bring it in, take a knee, listen up. Tactical Tailor is joining Grey Ghost Gear in a strategic alliance the likes of which hasn’t been seen since Jake got out of prison and rejoined Elwood Blue.
Tactical Tailor is a Tacoma, Washington based manufacturer of US-made, Berry Amendment compliant tactical gear. Grey Ghost Gear is a ‘boutique’ manufacturer of bad ass niche kit headquartered in Dalton, ID. Both companies are Veteran owned, and GGG is Service Connected Disables Veteran classified company. Like the Blues Brothers, both can do big things by themselves…but it’s when they get together that things get epic.
Tactical Tailor 2-piece Modular Assualt Vest made for an order from the Japanese Ground Self-Defence Force
Grey Ghost Gear Lightweight Assualt Pack in PenCott-Sandstorm™ camouflage
“The two companies have done some work together before, but not like this,” says CEO (and former 2/75 Ranger) Casey Ingels. “Tac Tailor will be working with Grey Ghost much more consistently. We’ll leverage the unique strengths of both companies to increase our offering to the end users that will let us put some things in the field that will change everything.”
Agilite has just announced the debut of its new custom design capabilities for military, law enforcement, rescue and firefighting organizations and individuals worldwide.
The firm, which began on the foundation of designing and manufacturing tactical gear for Israeli Special Operations units with its Rapid Design, Fielding and Deployment (RDFD) technique is now offering prototyping, custom design projects and consultation for tactical, duty, rescue and firefighting gear.
“There’s just no comparison between off-the-shelf gear and being able to have gear customized for you and your unit’s exact needs. The secret to the high level of gear in the Israeli military has always been the presence of tactical design studios within all of its elite units that custom design on a daily basis for their operators. We’re taking that capability, expanding it and offering it to non-Israeli clients as well. “ says Eli Freedman, Head of Design for Agilite who, like Agilite’s other designers, spent years designing gear within the IDF after having served as a Paratrooper.