The Italian custom gear makers of Frog.Pro
Just as last year there Helikon-Tex stepped up its game and will be releasing lots of new products this year. At the booth you could find everything from gear to apparel as well as two new PenCott camouflage patterns wich already showed you here on the blog.
Tasmanian Tiger presented only new and updated models this year. Lots of interesting gear and I can promise you that you will find reviews about at least two of these new products here on the blog in the coming months: the Slingpack and the Modular 30 pack.
Karrimor SF had several new products this year. The company also got the contracts for some army contracts of NATO partners. So the guys are quite busy – we had the time to go through some of the packs and maybe you will read more about them here soon.
During last years IWA exhibition (2016), Helikon-Tex introduced several new products, ranging from bushcraft, mil/le products up to urban products. For said urban line, Helikon-Tex developed an admin pouch, which is meant to meet the needs of everyday urban life – be it civilian or law enforcement. In doing so, the pouch incorporates several interesting […]
For some time now I am getting more and more interested in body armor related topics and as a result I have decided to take a look at plate carriers now and then, if I get the chance. As you might know, Tasmanian Tiger is not only doing backpacks, they are also producing pouches, chest […]
Introduction Recently I introduced the Tasmanian Tiger Tac Pack 45 to you guys in this review. I apologize I was not able to deliver on Part 2 sooner, but as always “life” got in my way. The delay had its merits though, since I was able to use the pack more extensively in the meantime. […]
This year Tasmanian Tiger released its Tac Pack series to the general public, a line up of packs and bags that incorporate features of both the civilian and the military world. I was privileged to receive the Tac Pack 45 as well as other items from the series and have been using them ever since […]
I already had the pleasure of reviewing a pack of Karrimor SF in a previous article of mine. On that occasion I also gave a little insight into this particular British brand, which has a long tradition and good standing in military circles. Some of their packs are even perceived as being iconic – the […]
Die deutsche Version dieses Reviews kann im Tacticalforum nachgelesen werden. Introduction: Today I am able to show you something new again, namely the Deployment Bag by Green Ant. I know J. for some time now, since he is writing reviews on a regular basis just like I do. Therefore – like me – he did […]