Category Archives: Sustainment Load

Tactical Tailor RHINO RUCK

Tactical Tailor’s RHINO RUCK was developed at the request of a SOCOM client that required an updated ALICE pack tailored to the communicator who is required to deploy across the full spectrum of airborne operations. The RHINO is a static-line … Continue reading

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LifeStraw® Personal Emergency Survival Water Filter

The LifeStraw® removes 99.99% Bacteria/Parasites, allowing you to safely drink water from contaminated water sources. Its ideal for emergency situations such as earthquakes or floods, or field situations where the local water sources may be questionable. LifeStraw is manufactured by … Continue reading

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Grey Ghost Gear and Tactical Tailor Announce Strategic Partnership

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 … Continue reading

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5.11 Tactical acquires Beyond Clothing

This is big news.  5.11 Tactical is a huge global brand, and Beyond Clothing is a highly respected specialist brand, so it will be interesting to see how this plays out.  But one thing is definitely certain – it has … Continue reading

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Product Spotlight: The Jerven Fjellduken – Norway’s mountain bag in mountain camo for mountain folk

A friend of mine from Norway emailed me today, and in the course of discussing camouflage he asked me if I knew of this awesome piece of kit.  I did recognise it, having seen something about it in Combat & … Continue reading

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