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High Angle Solutions – Deuter Alpine Guide 35+ MultiCam

Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018

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Deuter, one of the world’s leading pack manufacturers and maker of the iconic Deuter Alpine Guide, have turned their attention to the mountain troops of the world.  For a long time, there has been no dedicated mountain operations pack, which takes into consideration the requirements of troops operating in steep and technical terrain which is often covered in snow.  Coming in at 1670g and with all the features that you would expect of a pack designed for mountain ops the new Deuter Alpine Guide 35+ gives the tactical mountaineer what has been needed and then some.

The Multicam pack will be first available in April 2018.  RRP in the UK is set at £250 inc VAT.  Information and technical specifications are available from tribe@brigantes.com.

High Angle Solutions is a weekly series of articles focusing on military mountaineering solutions. It’s brought to you by UK-based Brigantes Consulting, in conjunction with several other brands, both here in the US and abroad. This week, it’s Deuter.

DSEI – Brigantes Consulting

Wednesday, September 16th, 2015

Combining an outdoor industry and military pedigree, Brigantes Consulting displayed several interesting developmental items in the DMM booth.

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First up is a NEOshell suit in MultiCam from Montane who also happens to be sponsoring the 2016 British Services Dhaulagiri Medical Research Expedition. The garment was designed for a UK military organization.

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Additionally, Brigantes Consulting Ltd displayed a MultiCam variant of the Deuter Guide 45 for mountaineering work.

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They are always working on projects like these and it’s the kind of stuff we like to see. To keep abreast of their efforts, visit www.brigantesconsulting.com.

Outdoor Retailer Summer Market

Thursday, July 23rd, 2009

For the next few days we are going to share some information from the OR Summer Market 2009. To kick it off we wanted to share this picture of ADS rep Bill Gassett hamming it up at Deuter’s booth.

Bill Gassett - ADS Rep Extraordinaire

Most of the usual suspects were on hand as well.

S.O. Tech has a booth that seems a little off the beaten path but it didn’t deter them releasing their new Adventure Pack System based on their successful Mission Pack System. In addition to the current tactical panels they have developed several specifically for the civilian market and these can easily be transitioned back over for tactical use by those who require more discreet capabilities. Additionally, S.O. Tech debuted their new K9 patch to add to their ever growing family of tactical symbology.

S.O. Tech K9 Symbol

Eagle’s booth was very streamlined and focused primarily on the Waterpoint line was well as several of the new garments they have in production. Word is that the Waterpoint line will be expanding in the future.

Arc’teryx has some great new clothing coming soon on both the LEAF and commercial side. Look for a full report soon. Shown are the Freelance Jacket and Raider Pant. Unfortunately, these two items from the commercial line won’t be available until Spring 2010.

Arc'teryx Raider Pant and Freelance jacket