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SOFIC 22 – Forgeline Solutions

In the SOFIC SELECT pavilion Forgeline Solutions offered us a sneak peek of their FR 3-season uniform.

It features the same cut of their 3-season uniform but in a new FR performance fabric. Forgeline envisions that it will run about the same price as their NYCO uniform and will include combat pant, combat shirt and field shirt. They can keep costs low because the uniform was designed from the outset for manufacturability, costing less to make.

If you feel clammy in a NYCO uniform that’s because the fabric is 3 CFM, meaning a very low breathability. This fabric offers 70 CFM, being much more breathable.

Note: the color of the photo is due to the lighting in the room.

9 Responses to “SOFIC 22 – Forgeline Solutions”

  1. J says:

    Okay any more information on those knee pads?
    At one point I know the US Military was designing new kneepads?

  2. J says:

    Why did this get posted? There is no information about this product or company online. Ok fair enough the company does not need to post anything anywhere. It is a free society. We read this website for information and awareness.

    However this issue has already been brought up. Back on on 10th of may Justin responded to a previous article posted:
    “Justin says:
    May 10, 2022 at 00:34
    Patagonia officially detaching from the military sales? But doesn’t want to say no to uncle sugars buck?

    What gives?”

    If this company is private in nature and does not want to communicate to the free market then let them be private. No need to showcase there technology.

    As they say those that know, know.

    Do not waste our time.

    • SSD says:

      They build clothing under government contracts.

      • J says:

        That is reasonable response. There are reasons why companies and government
        Entities restrict there public presence.

        Maybe this time it is not appropriate to share?

        • Lasse says:

          You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to take a guess why Patagonia doesn’t blast this info on their own channels. If it’s a B2G company, then there is also no need for a B2B or B2C info flow.

  3. Frier Duck says:

    So why go through with the name change? It didn’t seem like the Broken Arrow Project was hurting their consumer woke marketing, and their consumer woke marketing didn’t seem to hurt their government contracts.

  4. Nam says:

    I wonder if they will start to offer the Lost Arrow stuff to the public now that they switched their name to ForgeLine Solutions. I’m tired of trying to buy Lost Arrow stuff through extremely rare pop-ups on ebay.