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S.O.Tech Launches New Site

S.O.Tech's New Home Page

Those familiar with iTunes will be very comfortable with the look and feel of S.O.Tech’s new home page. They have brought their site to a whole new level. Not only does it offer detailed information on specific tactical challenges but it recommends products to meet these needs. They have also simplified navigation as well as provided the opportunity to take a visual tour of the facility and meet the S.O.Tech staff.

S.O.Tech Product Page

There’s something else exciting about the new web site. Turns out that S.O.Tech is kinda like the Transformers; there’s more than meets the eye. S.O.Tech has grown from that tiny company in the back of a print shop to include six business units.

Paladin Enforcement introduces the new line of foreign-made Mission Go Bags, Go Bags, Backpacks, Water Bottles and Ballistic Eyeglasses. Jim Cragg, CEO and President of S.O.Tech, explained the decision to develop Paladin Enforcement, “We made the decision to create a foreign-made line copying our American-made products in an effort to combat those companies making offshore-build knock-offs of our products. We wanted to offer a line that would interest those who are price conscious.”

Creative Graphics offers a variety of creative services ranging from custom embroidery, digital logo design, hand-sketched art, silk screening, signage, and more.

S.O.Tech Adventure Sports transitions their products to the outdoor market in new colors and configurations to support such outdoor activities as running, biking, swimming, hiking, canine and more.

GreenVetsLA and V.I.P.E.R. Industries (Veterans Industry Program for Employment Reintegration) is a partnership project with the West Los Angeles Veterans Administration Hospital that provides job training to local veterans. This factory inside the VA hospital complex employs our nation’s heroes to produce several of S.O.Tech’s products.

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