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Enforce Tac – Winkler Knives Now Available With Kryptek Design Handle

Wednesday, March 1st, 2017

Winkler Knives has been working with Kryptek to introduce laser cut handles in the Kryptek camouflage geometry. Seen here is the Legacy Combat Axe and the Belt Knife with glassbreaker.

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These are available from Winkler Knives or through Kryptek.

Enforce Tac – Kryptek Combat Puffy

Wednesday, March 1st, 2017

Kryptek has developed a new line of Berry compliant clothing for military and LE customers. One item is this 1/4 zip Combat Puffy which is intended to be worn with armor. Insulated with PrimaLoft, it has an FR body which will be printed in the production version. Additionally, the hood will be stowable or removable. The sleeve pockets have front entry zippers as well as flaps with Velcro and quiet snaps. The Velcro can be covered for Stealth.

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Precision Technic Defence represents Kryptek’s tactical line in Europe.

Kryptek Launches Pouch Line

Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

Today, Kryptek is formally launching a line of load carriage pouches.

There’s a wide variety of pouches available, with the photo depicting just a few examples. They are PALS compatible and offered in Highlander, Mandrake and Typhon. 


kryptek.com/utility-pouches

SHOT Show 17 – Kryptek Fleece Anorak

Monday, January 23rd, 2017

Kryptek had quite a few new items for 2017 but by the time I was able to check them out, they had already shipped the tactical clothing home. However, I did see this Fleece Anorak and I love anoraks. Insulated with PrimaLoft, it’s water and wind proof and incorporates a chest mounted hand warmer pocket along with drawstring waist and hem.  Looking forward to picking one up.

www.kryptek.com

Kryptek and Affliction

Wednesday, August 10th, 2016

Kryptek Outdoor Group Announces Final Judgement In Copyright, Patent, and Trademark Infringement Case Against Salt Armour, Inc., Alpha Defense, Inc. And Thomas J. De Sernia.

Thursday, May 5th, 2016

Defendants found guilty of willful infringement

BEAUMONT, TX, May 4, 2016. Kryptek Outdoor Group, LLC, a cutting-edge camouflage and apparel solutions company founded by U.S. Army veterans, today announced that the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas has rendered a Final Judgment and Permanent Injunction against Defendants Salt Armour, Inc., Alpha Defense, Inc. and Thomas J. DeSernia for infringement of Kryptek’s intellectual property, resolving a lawsuit filed by Kryptek on September 9, 2015.

Kryptek filed the lawsuit after Defendants ignored Kryptek’s multiple requests to cease and desist brazenly creating, offering for sale, and selling counterfeit copies of Kryptek’s camouflage patterns and products in an attempt to capitalize on the uniqueness and popularity the Kryptek patterns. Kryptek developed and released its innovative patterns and products in connection with the U.S. Army Camouflage Improvement Effort begun in 2011. Defendants further falsely claimed on their websites that the counterfeited patterns were their exclusive creations and tried to conceal their true origin by renaming them.

The Court’s Final Judgment and Permanent Injunction of March 29, 2016 found that Defendants had infringed on Kryptek’s copyrighted and patented camouflage patterns and willfully infringed on Kryptek’s trademarks, and ordered Defendants to pay One Million, Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($1,075,000.00) as damages for the infringement, plus attorneys’ fees and costs of court. The Court also permanently enjoined Defendants from further infringing activities.

“Blatant attempts to misappropriate and capitalize on others’ innovative creations do not garner a lot of respect in my book,” said Butch Whiting, CEO/Co-founder of Kryptek. “We are pleased that the Court put a stop to this and is holding the Defendants accountable for their actions. We also hope this judgment sends a clear signal of our intentions to vigorously defend against further theft of our creations moving forward, both domestically and abroad.”

The case is Kryptek Outdoor Group, LLC v. Salt Armour, Inc., Alpha Defense, Inc., and Thomas J. De Sernia, case number 1:15-cv-00348-RC, in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Beaumont Division. Kryptek is represented by Stewart Mesher and Darlene Ghavimi of Conley Rose P.C.

WWW.KRYPTEK.COM

IWA – Kryptek Altitude Pattern

Sunday, March 6th, 2016

Kryptek is displaying garments in their new Altitude pattern.

Your prey takes form as a mist shrouded shape on a distant ridge. Above the tree line where the air is thin and cover is sparse, you need a camouflage that allows you to close the gap and retake the high ground.

  
One way to spot fakes is to look for the pattern’s name embedded in officially licensed Kryptek garments. If it’s not there, it’s not real. 

SHOT Show – Biothane Belt

Wednesday, January 20th, 2016

So I’m in the Murdock Webbing booth when I spy a belt made from their Jacquard webbing in Kryptek Mandrake, treated with Biothane. I remarked that I didn’t realize there was Biothane webbing that thin. Then, the guys from Austrialpin added their Vobra buckle to the mix and we had a new concept for a belt.

The belt is not available, but the stuff to make it is.