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Win a ‘Kolt Kit Bag’ from Dalton Fury

Monday, November 21st, 2011

Author and Special Operations veteran Dalton Fury is releasing his latest book; “Black Site: A Delta Force Novel” in late January. To celebrate he is giving away one hell of a prize pack.

Consisting of some of the kit used by Black Site’s hero, Kolt “Racer” Raynor, it contains some of the best-of-the-best gear on the market. The prize includes a Suunto Core All Black Military watch, pair of Salomon XA Pro 3D Mid Assault Boots, and an Arc’teryx Combat Jacket from Ãœber Group. Additionally there are 14 custom tees, two hats, and sticker pack from Black Palm Syndicate. Not to mention a SureFire Pen Glass Breaker, a set of custom Hibben throwing knives, and much more. To enter, pre-order Black Site from Amazon or Barnes & Noble and post the date of order and vendor on Fury’s Facebook event page by Thanksgiving afternoon.

I’ve already entered. Why haven’t you?

Salomon Quest in Brown – MRE Exclusive

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

Mission Ready Equipment had the access to identify an operational requirement for a more arid environment friendly color for the Salomon Quest 4D GTX boot and the foresight to make it happen. They got with the guys at Über SOF (who as far as we are concerned would be Salomon Tactical if there was such a thing) and identified a supply of Quests in Brown manufactured for the European market. Together they worked to convince Salomon to bring the entire stock to the US. Now, they are available to you, exclusively from MRE.

As you can see, they blend well with both AOR1 and MultiCam. The Quest is an awesome boot and is comfortable right out of the box. The Quest is built on the same last as the Salomon XA Pro 3D running shoe which is Salomon’s most popular style. The sole relies on Salomon’s 4D Chassis. The outsole has an ascending lug pattern in the front of the sole, and a braking pattern in the rear. Beneath the foot is a cushioning pad, while the chassis protects against twisted ankles, and then an additional cushioning pad to absorb rocks and roots underfoot (4 layers= 4D). Finally, the GTX in the style name stands for Gore-tex and these boots will not only stand up to the terrain but also the weather.

There are only a couple of hundred pairs available. Get yours before their gone from www.missionreadyequipment.com.