TACTICAL GEAR NOW LOWA BOOTS
Tactical Gear Now and its website afmo.com will be the exclusive suppliers of the Lowa Zephyr GTX Commando Sage, an Air Force Special Operations boot. The new boot has a unique polyurethane Monowrap that cradles feet in a supportive frame while providing the high flexibility and low weight of a running shoe. The Lowa Zephyr GTX Commando, also available in brown, black, and desert, features a Lowa Cross outsole for traction on any surface. Its uppers are made of split leather for comfort and Cordura for exceptional durability. Gore-Tex lining keeps the boots breathable and waterproof. For more information, visit afmo.com or call 800-282-3327.
ATI DRAGO GEAR
American Tactical Imports is now the proud distributor of Drago Gear tactical equipment—everything you need in a tactical situation. Engineered to exacting specifications, each piece of Drago equipment is built to last long, look great, and exceed expectations in terms of performance, strength, and functionality to provide the best value available. Drago Gear includes backpacks, handcuffs, tactical gun cases, side packs, tactical pens, and even batons. Drago backpacks and side packs maximize comfort and durability. For more information, call 800-290-0065 or visit americantactical.us.
BENCHMADE INTERDICTION KITS
It’s easy to safely inspect suspicious packages, cargo, seat upholstery, tires and more with Benchmade’s new, high-grade aluminum probes. The 118, 124, and 164 narcotics probes come in a variety of lengths and diameters. The 164 is 64 inches long, while the 118 and 124 are 18 inches long. Each probe has a pointed, perforated tip for sample extraction and retention. Threaded construction allows for easy assembly. Benchmade also provides a combination kit that includes the 124, 118, their 8BLKH Hook T-handle safety cutter and the model 916SBK Triage knife with a folding safety cutter. For more information, visit benchmade.com or call 800-800-7427.
TACTICAL GEAR NOW LOWA BOOTS Tactical Gear Now and its website afmo.com will be…
by Dave Bahde / Jul 1, 2012