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Sneak Peek – Kryptek Inferno

Thursday, November 20th, 2014


Kryptek fans have been asking for a hi viz option. Enter Inferno for 2015.

The Velocity Systems BOSS Rugby You Can’t Get

Thursday, September 25th, 2014


I love my BOSS Rugby but even I don’t have one this cool.

Kryptek Offering New Gloves

Monday, September 8th, 2014

Kryptek has updated their line of gloves to include new models in both solid colors and Kryptek’s own camouflage patterns, in materials such as nylon and merino wool. The gloves are form fitting, with ergonomic padding, and some have technical features such as a touchscreen friendly finger tip.

Some examples of the new line include:

Gunslinger Gloves

Norlander Merino Gloves

Aegis Extreme Cold Weather Gloves

The new gloves are currently available for purchase on the Kryptek website and will begin shipping on September 10th. Take advantage of free shipping by using coupon code NEWGLOVES at checkout.

Kryptek – Tartaros Hoodies

Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

Tartaros Hoodie 1

Kryptek’s Tartaros hoodie is a piece of casual wear that can either be worn as part of a layering system or as a stand alone outer layer piece. Made from 97.5% polyester and 2.5% spandex, the Tartaros features a stretch fabric front kangaroo pocket and 3-piece hood with draw adjustment. Currently available in three Kryptek patterns, in four configurations: Highlander, Typhon w/ black, Typhon w/ red, and Yeti.

Intelligent Armour – 1.5 Inch Combat Cobra Belt In Kryptek Typhon

Wednesday, August 13th, 2014

IA Combat Belt Typhon

The newest belt from Intelligent Armour, the 1.5 inch Combat Cobra belt in Kryptek Typhon is a stiffened, lightweight combat belt that utilizes the 28mm Austrialpin Cobra buckle. Equally useful for duty and for everyday use, the IA 1.5 inch belt is adjustable within two inches of the belt size. A single strip of PALS webbing around the belt enables the attachment of pouches. The belt may be ordered with the addition of internal Velcro loop to allow for a more stable platform for holsters and thigh rigs if those items employ Velcro hook on the straps. Made in the UK.

OR Summer Market – Lucky Bums

Thursday, August 7th, 2014

Lucky Bums has introduced the Kryptek Quantas color option to their Koda 11′ hard board SUP.


OR Summer Market – Liberty Bottleworks

Thursday, August 7th, 2014

Made In USA Liberty Bottleworks has teamed up with another Made In USA brand, Brunton to offer the new Navi-Cap which integrates a compass into the cap.


These will be available starting late this week, initially from Kryptek and REI.


20DollarBandit – GEN2 Mini Kit MK-7 Kryptek Pouches

Sunday, August 3rd, 2014

GEN2 Mini Kit MK-7 Kryptek

20DollarBandit’s GEN2 Mini Kit is now available in Kryptek patterns. Made from 1000D ballistic nylon, the Mini Kit is a compact organizer of kit and gear. The Mini Kit features two large pockets, one with a clear plastic window for visibility. Three double-layered reinforced bungee loops with 2″ bungee at the base and 1″ bungee on the top create retention options for tools and kit. An exterior strip of Velcro loop allows for nametape, ID, or morale patches.

HonorPoint USA manufactures the new GEN2 Mini Kits out of San Diego, CA.

Kryptek Liberty Bottle Works Bottles Now Available

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014

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Kryptek is now offering Liberty Bottle Works bottles in their family of camouflage patterns through their web store. The Pontus, Typhon, Yeti, Mandrake, and Highlander patterns are all represented in bottle form, along with the Kryptek Hoplite logo. Liberty Bottle Works bottles are made from 100% recycled aluminum, are BPA free, and are made in America.

Kryptek Is Now Doing The Dew

Monday, July 14th, 2014


Kryptek has partnered with Mountain Dew to produce Limited Edition ‘Kryptek Military Heroes Pack’ packaging. Regular Mountain Dew gets Highlander, and Diet Mountain Dew gets the Yeti treatment. Reportedly, only the boxes get the camo, not the cans. They come in both the 12 and 24-can packs, and you should be able to pick them up anywhere Mountain Dew is sold.

Tactical Fanboy was ‘out and about’ last night when he managed to spot these.