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Finally, That Recognition We’ve Been Craving

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

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Courtesy of Infidel Caps.

Infidel Caps Morale Patch Case

Monday, October 8th, 2012

Right after SHOT Show Infidel Caps had their first patch case made custom. They used it for several shows and then introduced it to their friends at Mil Spec Monkey who offered some design input. Then, they took it to Tactical Tailor and presented the idea to their design team. After a couple of more additions and design tweaks, they went into production. They are now very happy with the design of the Infidel Caps Patch Case, available at www.milspecmonkey.com.

When closed, the case resembles a covert weapon case measuring 15”H x 29”L x 1.5”W, a 3” x 5” Velcro Loop panel on the front and back for nametapes and other patches, dual zippers and carry handles. When unzipped, you find 3 zippered pockets, one larger and two smaller for paperwork, additional patch storage, etc.

When fully unfolded, it covers an area of 29” x 94” (2,726 sq in). Each of the 6 internal panels of Velcro Loop measure 15” x 28” (420 sq in) for a total of 2,520 square inches of useable patch space. Each case has a total of 10 grommets, 5 across the top and 5 across the bottom, to hang on your wall or on the edge of your show table. If you prefer, it fits quite nicely on any standard 8 foot table.

The perfect option for your growing patch collection or for those who sell patches at local shows. While numbers will vary based on patch size, Infidel Caps tells us that they have had as many as 484 patches on the panel at one time. Currently available in both Black and Coyote Brown.

www.infidelcaps.com

Infidel Operator Gen II

Sunday, May 20th, 2012

Infidel Caps has introduced a new version of their popular signature cap. The front features embroidered 2″ x 3.5″ Loop Velcro which allows you to affix your favorite patch. The crown integrates a standard 1″ x 1″ Hook Velcro top for Glint Tape attachment. Finally, they have embroidered their popular “Click-Click Bang” saying over the back closure and a smaller “Infidel” embroidered on the closure strap itself.

Currently in preproduction, they will be 100% US Made with US materials. The first run will include Multicam, Khaki and OD. The first run will fit up to size 7-3/4 and the next run will include XL sized caps.

www.infidelcaps.com

Infidel Caps Patch Pages

Thursday, May 10th, 2012

Infidel Caps has introduced their new Patch Pages which fit standard 3-hole binders. Measuring 8 1/2″ x 11″ the pages features two sides of Velcro Loop with a total 176 square inches per page surface. Individual pages are $9.00 each or 3 pack for $22.00. Available in OD, Coyote, and Black. Made in USA!

Get yours now from www.infidelcaps.com.

The Infidel Zippo

Saturday, March 10th, 2012

Like the idea or not, clothing and accessories sporting the Infidel logo are popular. And this one is small enough to hold some personal meaning and not be in-your-face to everyone you meet. It’s perfect for pulling out at just the right moment to get the full effect.

Available in Black or Chrome finish. Made in USA!

infidelcaps.com

For the Ladies – Infidel Babe Tanks

Tuesday, August 9th, 2011

Finally, someone remembered that ladies are infidels too! Infidel Caps has these new Ladies Tanks in Black or White on the site. They will begin shipping on the 22nd – first come, first served.

www.infidelcaps.com

Infidel Caps Releases bin Laden T-shirt

Sunday, May 8th, 2011

Infidel Caps has just made their newest shirt available for pre-sale. The “Bin Laden” shows the perfect cocktail mix for the recently-departed terrorist mastermind on the back, while the term Infidel rides on the front, a view our enemies have of us which has easily become a term of endearment. The shirts are available in both black and grey, and come in sizes ranging from small to 2XL. Plus, bin Laden’s head is a martini olive with an AK for a toothpick. How can you not like that?

You can order this shirt, and other fine Infidel products, at infidelcaps.webs.com

Props to Tacticalfanboy.com for the story.