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For 2017 Tactical Tailor will be introducing the A-TACS X line, starting with A-TACS intermediate (iX) camouflage, to their fight light line of gear. This is the first photo of the Fight light plate carrier and magazine pouches.
Just in time for fall and winter weather, Tactical Tailor has launched their Pack Rain Covers. These are water resistant covers that envelope the pack in order to help keep water from soaking through to your gear. If you own a pack, you need to also own a cover.
In addition to keeping your gear dry, they also keep the load streamlined and camouflauged (when needed). With PALS fields on packs comes lots of attached gear. These items can be snagged while you’re wearing the pack which can not only be frustrating but also dangerous.
Manufactured from a DWR coated 330D fabric, a bungee opening allows for a tight seal on the pack while the strap attachment ensures the cover will not come off when drug through branches or other snags. These covers come in 4 sizes, Small to XL and in colors Coyote Brown, Multicam, and A-TACS Snow Camo. Each cover fits into its own small, hook and loop enclosed, pouch when not in use; allowing for easy storage and quick access for ever changing, and unpredictable, weather conditions. Stop dealing with water-logged packs and get yours today.
The Pacific Northwest Pack Series began as a project to fulfill a solicitation for a suite of SOCOM packs. Our designs for this solicitation were brought about with input from actual SOF soldiers who took these packs to the field throughout the design process and brought back their impressions and recommendations for improvements. We took their advice back to our designers who then continually refined the packs until they met the exacting standards of these elite soldiers.
The PNW Tahoma Tote Assault MALICE Pack is an Alpine style pack designed for recon and sniping. It’s built for heavier loads with minimal bulk while wearing a plate carrier or armor. The Tahoma Tote is the lightweight of the PNW packs, weighing in at only 3 pounds before you add the frame and straps, but don’t let its light weight fool you, it can still compete with its bigger brothers when it comes to features. Along with its over 2500 cubic inch capacity, standard features include a reinforced carry handle, RTO zipper pass-through and side compression straps. It also includes side zipper access to the interior of the pack and oversized pockets on either side for large items like rifle buttstocks. Just like all the PNW packs, the Tahoma Tote is STRLLS and H harness compatible for airborne operations. Available in Coyote Brown and MultiCam.
Along with this new line of packs, we’ve also introduced upgrades to our traditional straps and belt in the form of our Low Profile and Low Profile Adjustable Super Straps and Ergo Super Belt. These new designs add even more comfort along with added functionality and adjustability. The Nisqually Pack is also available in a discounted kit form which includes the pack, our Fight Light MALICE Pack Frame, Low Profile Adjustable Super Straps and 34” Ergo Super Belt.
The PNW Tahoma Tote Assault MALICE Pack starts at only $270.00.
Tactical Tailor has added yet another great asset to their team. Dan Stout joins as Tactical Tailor’s new SOCOM/LE Sales Manager, utilizing his extensive experience and knowledge to help the SOCOM and Law Enforcement communities with their nylon gear, armor plate, and rifle needs.
Dan served in the United States Army, most of it with 1st Special Forces Group. On top of being part of 1st Special Forces Group, he also earned his Airborne wings and HALO qualification. He worked his way up to senior medic while participating in OEF-A, OEF-P, as well and being a part of multiple deployments to countries through the PACOM AOR.
Towards the end of his service, Dan started looking forward to see how he could take his past experience and continue to use it to help those still in service. At that same time, Tactical Tailor happened to be looking for someone to help further customer relationships and help establish, and solve, nylon gear needs within the SOCOM and LE communities. Through a mutual contact, paths crossed and Dan joined the Tactical Tailor team.
When asked about his thoughts on joining Tactical Tailor, Dan said he was, “very excited to be a part of the Tactical Tailor team, and am really looking forward to improving both the relationship with the customer as well as improving the overall customer experience.”
Long story short, if you are in the SOCOM or LE communities, Dan Stout is the HMFIC and will be your POC if you need anything. You can reach out to him through any of the following: