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Karrimor SF Rucksacks In PenCott Camo Patterns


At SHOT Show 2014, Tactical Tailor was showing off a limited selection of the Karrimor SF rucksacks in PenCott camouflage patterns.


Additionally, Karrimor SF released photos of production samples of the Predator 30 liter rucksack in both GreenZone and BadLands camouflage patterns. Both Propel’s “Quiet Loop” printed loop and Texcel’s printed webbing is featured on the production samples.

Karrimor SF rucksacks and load-bearing vests in PenCott will be available before the Summer from Grey Ghost Gear and Tactical Tailor in the US.

Hat tip: Lawrence Holsworth

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6 Responses to “Karrimor SF Rucksacks In PenCott Camo Patterns”

  1. Mike D says:

    I really like these packs. I hadn’t heard of them in the past but they look legit. Is that a MOLLE attachment setup on this model?

  2. I’m really digging GreenZone the colors remind me of CadPat

    • Andrew K says:

      Yeah, I’d like the two together.

      The predator actually reminds me of a nice version of the small pack.

  3. Dev says:

    Good to see Pencott-patterned webbing and loop

  4. Matt says:

    Karrimor SF are great – they make solid stuff in 1000D (generally) that is well thought out and stitched. They have had the contract for making the patrol packs for all of the Brits deploying to Afghanistan for the last 5 years or so. I was issued one and it’s awesome – well thought out, very scaleable and solid construction.

    Karrimor and Karrimor SF seem to be very different – bog standard Karrimor outdoor kit has gone downhill significantly of late. I wouldn’t touch it. SF stuff – great.

  5. Kory Smith says:

    Badlands reminds me a bit of UCP-D.