From now until August 7th, LBT is holding a Summer Deals sale on select products, such as the Modular Loadout Kit, which comes with a modular vest w/ 6 pouches and a 3-wheel medium loadout bag. Quantities are limited, so take advantage while you can.
LBT is holding a March Madness Sale. Save up to 50% off storewide for registered Military/DOD members. Save up to 30% off storewide for unregistered customers. Sale runs March 14-18. While supplies last.
LBT’s Titan backpack is a mid-sized modular backpack with multiple hook and loop pouch configuration capabilities. The main compartment base and side panels are fully lined with loop for customization. Two mesh zippered pockets line the front internal panel along with loop above and below for call signs/patch storage. A top zippered access pocket features three 1″ elastic loops, for items such as tac lights, pistol mags, or utility tools. An external angled side zippered pocket fits miscellaneous items and a lower side mesh pocket features bungie retention for items such as bottles. A dual zippered access back compartment is capable of fitting up to a 15″ MacBook Pro without a case. The Titan also features a padded breathable mesh back with air flow channels.
The Titan will be available in MultiCam, MAS Grey, Wolf Grey, Tan 499. Available for pre-order online; product is expected to ship at the end of April.
LBT has introduced the 9525 Riflemen’s Kit in OCP (MultiCam). It is manufactured from 500D Cordura which has cut the weight of the system and features the load carrying pouches and equipment needed for outside the wire use by Airmen.
Video game designers have been going out of their way to introduce more and more realism into their titles. There’s also been a lot of talk within our industry on coming up with new ways to reach additional markets. Consequently, it seems like a perfect match when manufacturers of military equipment partner with video game designers. In a way, the folks that play first person shooters they are natural tactical customers.
Electronic Arts, producers of the popular Medal of Honor series is reveling in its partnership with the tactical industry. Not only is it featuring partners’ products in the latest version of the game, but EA is also openly promoting the manufacturers to their players.
London Bridge Training Co has released a mini catalog for the Security Force Assistance Team. It includes gear from several product groups such as backpacks, deployment bags, pouches, medical solutions, and armor carriers selected specifically for the SFAT mission. Naturally, it’s full of MultiCam goodness.