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Vertx Announces Their Upcoming Line Of Packs And Duffel Bags

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VertX has announced their upcoming line of wearables and organizational kit that we first hinted about at the 2013 SHOT Show. Made in collaboration with Industrial Alchemy, a leading outdoor and tactical designer, the line includes various bags and packs designed for low-profile operations and concurrent with their release a new line of rolling duffel bags. The line has been rigorously tested and tweaked since the reveal earlier this year, more recently by SME Matt Jacques of Victory First Consulting.

“Industrial Alchemy and Vertx have put some real thought and work into these bags,” Jacques advises. “There is some unexpected innovation here. New concealment elements, stowage, the incorporation of different modularity… The design of the…we can call them mounting solutions will make waves in the modular pool, It is well done. This is going to change the way people organize their gear and work on the range. There are some very different options.”

Along with the announcement came two photos exclusive to SSD, featured in this article. The brand-new line will make its debut at SHOT Show 2014.

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www.wearvertx.com/

www.industrialalchemy.net/

www.victory-first.com/

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8 Responses to “Vertx Announces Their Upcoming Line Of Packs And Duffel Bags”

  1. Sneaky Nerd says:

    Wow, their bags get the “Operator” treatment!

  2. John says:

    Any news on their belt? I think you guys mentioned it was in the works.

  3. Mike says:

    I’d still love to see a few pair of jeans by Vertx. No need for the cargo pockets, keep the gusset, thin the pant legs a bit and use a nice blend of denim and stretch fabric.

    Looking forward to the bags.

    -TPP

  4. Greg says:

    That nice young man has a huge smudge on his shirt!

    😉

  5. BradKAF308 says:

    Lousy pics, out of focus. Yea a new Vertx product I can’t get because the Canadian retailers can’t keep inventory.