Canadian gear manufacturer Gear Dynamics has introduced the latest version of their Covert Belt.
The Covert Belt is intended to primarily be a simple “hold up your pants” belt, but thanks to its integral padding and the removal HDPFE stiffener insert, it can also be used as a holster belt. The belt is designed with a slim profile that won’t dig into your body when seated or crouching, and the padding also makes it comfortable to wear for extended periods of time.
Drop Zone Tactical continues to roll out more products in the PenCott™ patterns. The latest release is their “Bertha Butt Pack” – now available in GreenZone™ and BadLands™ .
For further information, visit Drop Zone Tactical.
If you’re a fan of the “shingle” mag pouch system, but haven’t been able to complete your PenCott load-out, then we have some good news for you! The Siamese Shingle mag pouch from DropZone Tactical is now available in GreenZone™ and BadLands™.
Visit DropZone Tactical’s website for full details.
Here’s a look at another innovative gear solution – this time courtesy of our friends at Predator Armament.
We first had Ares Armor develop the Combat XII-MEC Pack with Hyde Definition’s PenCott Multi-environment Camouflage Patterns and have now carried this over to more of their products including the Atalanta Modular Armor Carrier seen here in the BadLands transitional variant.
This version of the Atalanta Modular Armor Carrier includes all of the same features as the original including 1000 Denier Cordura Nylon with the PenCott BadLands Pattern and matching Quiet Loop at the front and rear for identification and to secure waistband.
The Atalanta Armor Carrier is designed as a concealed armor carrier and can take on full combat loads in addition to Soft Armor or SAPI Plates. Spacer mesh is integrated for a comfortable wear and easily takes on the Combat XII Pack for a lightweight load carry.
The picture tells the story…
According to John Ammons of UW Gear, the pull tabs on the mag pouch flaps were deliberately made from solid color Coyote Brown webbing. The reason for that was because, “The printed webbing matches the material and blends with it so well, it really makes the tabs hard to see if you had to look down for them in a hurry.”
Serbia’s Gryphon Defense Technologies (previously known as Saint George Defense Group) was founded on the principles of producing the best quality professional military apparel and equipment with maximal practicality, ergonomic design, comfort and durability.
They plan to introduce a wide range of products in 2013. The first product is their Field Combat Uniform (FCU) Series – see the photographs that follow for an initial look.
Our old friends from JK Defence had a nice selection of PenCott™ camouflaged kit and clothing under their Sabre® brand at the IWA 2013.
That’s a well-stacked rack!
This year’s IWA & Outdoor Classics trade fair in Nurmeberg, Germany (8-11 March) will include, for the first time, an extensive representation of the PenCott family of camouflage patterns.
(stand #508, Hall 7A)
Stop by the Hyde Definition booth to see samples of the full range of PenCott printed fabrics and materials – as well as garments and gear in PenCott camouflage from several manufacturers from around the globe. Also featured will be the first public appearance of PenCott printed webbing from Texcel Industries.
PenCott™ camouflaged soldier clothing and equipment will be presented by Emirates Defense Technology at the IDEX 2013 exhibition in Abu Dhabi – February 17-21.
Emirates Defense Technology have been marketing the PenCott patterns in the Middle East, and the “Sandstorm” pattern is now under serious consideration to be the new camouflage pattern for the United Arab Emirates armed forces.
EDT will be showcasing a head-to-toe PenCott-Sandstorm™ camouflaged solution, consisting of combat uniforms, load-bearing equipment, ballistic vests, helmet covers, boots and pouches. The means also exists to apply the pattern to vehicles and aircraft for a fully integrated, national camouflage program.
For a sneak preview, check out the promotional video prepared by EDT.
Click on the image above to jump to the video.
Indonesian entrepreneur, military uniform collector, and self-confessed camouflage addict, Arie Setya Yudha, passed a significant milestone last week when the “H.45″ retail store opened as his agent in Jakarta.
Arie’s company Molay Military Uniform Division aims to provide comfortable, durable, efficient military-grade garments and gear for real-deal and mil-sim tactical use. The company’s focus is 100% on function not fashion and every piece in their range is designed and crafted in Indonesia, using top quality materials sourced globally.
The H.45 store takes its name from the first letter of a well-known Indonesian war cry, and from 1945 – the year that Indonesia declared its independence from The Netherlands. And .45 is of course also the calibre of a certain legendary pistol. Arie and his business partners put all of these elements together, and created what is probably the coolest and most modern-looking store for tactical goods that we have ever seen.
Jl Bulevard Artha Gading, Sentra Bisnis Artha Gading
Blok A 7D no 9
Kelapa Gading, Jakarta 14240
tel. 021 458 572 36
There are plans afoot for H.45 to also have an e-commerce enabled website in the not too distant future.
In the meantime, Molay Military Uniform Division has also had success in designing a new tactical uniform for the Indonesian National Police’s “Gegana” SWAT unit – known as the Peacekeeping Uniform (or PKU).
The PKU is also available commercially in PenCott camouflage patterns, and is already selling well in Indonesia and beyond.
Check out Molay Military Uniform Division on Facebook for full details about the PKU.