December 12, 2013, Greensboro, NC – Burlington, a division of International Textile Group, Inc. (ITG), recently celebrated its 90-year anniversary. Founded in 1923 by J. Spencer Love, Burlington became the world’s largest textile manufacturer in the world. The Burlington brand continues today as a leader in technology and textile innovations, supplying advanced performance fabrics to the apparel, military, active wear, barrier, and contract markets around the world.
Joseph L. Gorga, CEO of International Textile Group commented, “Burlington’s successes came from its innovations with new products, new machinery, and new branding strategies, and we congratulate the men and women of Burlington, both today and generations before us, for their contributions to this great brand.”
“Burlington’s first success came from the ambition and willingness of Spencer Love to take a risk and try a new fiber, called rayon,” said Jeff Peck, President of Burlington. “Throughout the past 90 years we’ve overcome many challenges by returning back to our entrepreneurial roots, and today Burlington’s legacy continues on a global scale, focused on innovation and advanced performance fabrics.”
Burlington’s performance technologies and brands are found today across the military, outdoor, active wear, barrier, apparel and safety markets and include No Fly Zone, MCS, Maxima, Class C, Durapel Plus, Easywool, Synatural Cool, and Sigma 4 Star.
Beer Drinkin Bomb Droppers has their own ‘Cleared Hot Sauce’ up for sale. How hot is it? Just check out the product description:
Strap on your KPOT, and squeeze the hell out of your H250 because this hot sauce will make you winchester your asshole! Made from the tears of SMAJs when shut-down by long haired, big side-burned, bearded out blue baddassery. This sauce is so potent your CC will award you a BSM for merely making it out of the john! Now grab your SATCOM antenna and flip this bottle upside-down when your food needs a call for FIRE! Anything else is just a “show of force”!
It’s been called the greatest shooter & operator accessory in the history of modern firearms. Guaranteed to increase accuracy and make you faster at the same time, it’s first appearance on the scene 3 years ago resulted in increased pregnancies and a shortage of IPSC and NRA bulls nationwide. Made in mesh trucker hat style paying tribute to Kyle’s Alabama upbringing, the DPS logo in patriotic red, white and blue channeling the artistry of the 1950′s when putting your name on something meant everything. It’s sans Velcro, silly Latin sayings, and that damn hole in the back that sunburns the bald, but in a pinch can be used as a signal panel, brass bucket, currency in most countries or a shooting rest for a rifle. The bill can be worn West Coast or Southern Style. When you spot another in this hat it guarantees a like minded friend for life and we look forward to you sending in the pics and stories.
“Trainer of Feeders”
Kyle Defoor is a former Special Mission Unit combat decorated Navy SEAL and sniper who served in Afghanistan. Kyle teaches firearms and tactics to military and law enforcement personnel in the United States and worldwide. He also offers marksmanship related open enrollment classes to the public.
You can get the hat here: aliastraining.com/defoorproformanceshootingflexfittruckerhat/
Stop by booth #307 at SOMA and stay tuned here to see what the guys have for us.
Honor Point’s Bomber Hat is based on the vintage military issue design from the 1940s, made with the same quality and specification as the original issued gear. It is genuine fleece lined for maximum comfort and cold weather warmth. Supplies are limited, so get yours while you still can.
Available in Kryptek Mandrake, MultiCam, and Navy AOR pattern, sizes Medium, Large, and X-Large. Made in the USA.
A few months ago, TacticalGear.com approached me to assemble a Christmas wish list from the wares for sale on their site. I took a look at what they have on offer and made my selections based on products I have personal knowledge of (i.e. own or have checked out personally).