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Fight and Flight Tactical Utility Patch Panels

Fight and Flight Tactical is trying to bring something new to the patch panel. Their panel features a large loop Velcro surface, bound edges, and grommets for hanging. All of that is pretty standard. The unique feature is the addition of PALS webbing along the bottom edge of the panel so the user can attach various pouches.


The PALS webbing addition would be pretty handy if you keep your panels above your desk like I do. Pouches could be used to hold small items I need at the desk, the webbing could be used to hang commonly used items like sunglasses, or who knows what else. The uses for PALS webbing are nearly endless.

The Utility Patch Panels are available in two sizes and a variety of colors. The medium panel measures 18″ x 12″ and the large panel measures 16″ x 24″.


Fight and Flight Tactical K9 Patch

If you have a working dog or if you have regular pooch who like great gear, Fight and Flight Tactical has a growing line of K9 accessories like leashes, harnesses, bowls, and more. They also recently released a new patch that any pup (or their master) would be proud to wear.

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Fight and Flight Tactical Backwoods Battle Koozie

The newest addition to the Fight and Flight Tactical Battle Koozie line is going to knock the socks off anyone who enjoys sipping from a mason jar. The new Backwoods Battle Koozie wraps your favorite jar in insulation to keep the contents cold and protect you from condensation that always seems to drip onto your lap. These will be available in pint and quart sizes at Fight and Flight Tactical.

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Cyber Monday at Fight and Flight Tactical

Fight and Flight Tactical’s Cyber Monday sale starts today and runs through Saturday the 6th. You can use code “tryptophan” to save 10% off your order. APO shipping is always free!

cyber monday at fight and flight

Custom Branded Gear from Fight and Flight Tactical

Fight and Flight Tactical can customize most of their gear to match your brand. They gave us a look as some recent branded Beer Battle Koozies they did for the Lone Survivor Foundation. If you want to undertake a similar project, get in touch with Fight and Flight Tactical.

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Fight and Flight Tactical LLAMA Aluminum Frame Stays


Fight and Flight Tactical’s LLAMA pack works well without frame stays thanks to it’s semi-rigid backing but it does have the ability to accept them. It took a while but the stays are finally available. The stays should provide an extra measure of weight-transfer to the hip belt, making the LLAMA more comfortable with heavy or off-balance loads – like when there is a rifle secured in the tailgate.

They are made from aluminum and can be bent to fit your back. They are 15″ long, 1.25″ wide, and .125″ thick and sold in pairs. Pick up some frame stays for your LLAMA at Fight and Flight Tactical.

Tactical Arm Brace

This is what happens when you send a gear maker home from surgery with a poorly made arm brace. Dave at Fight and Flight Tactical hasn’t met a problem he can’t solve with the skillful application of Cordura and thread.

fight and flight tactical arm brace

Fight and Flight Tactical Beer Bottle Koozie

And the Nobel Prize for First World Problem Solving goes to… Fight and Flight Tactical for the Beer Bottle Koozie!

Regular koozies don’t work all that well with glass bottles. Too much of the bottle sticks out above the top of the koozie for it to provide optimal insulation and therefore protect the frosty integrity of its contents. Worse than that, the bottle sweat gets all over your shirt making people wonder you’ve stopped taking medication for your overactive sweat glands.

Fight and Flight Tactical’s R&D department conducted extensive testing, tirelessly consuming beer, after beer, after beer to solve that problem and the Beer Bottle Koozie is the result.

Fight and Flight Tactical koozie

Of course, since this is a Fight and Flight Tactical creation is a made from 500D Cordura nylon with a neoprene liner and available in all the colors of the tactical rainbow. If you ever wear out it’s beefy #5 zipper, Fight and Flight will schedule an intervention. It also has a loop field for patches and some elastic loops for decorative ammo.

Check out the Fight and Flight Tactical Beer Bottle Koozie.

Back T.A.S.K. from Fight and Flight Tactical

When Dave at Fight and Flight Tactical announced the new Back TASK on his Facebook Page, he said “The Back T.A.S.K. reaches around so your buddy doesn’t have to…” I just… I don’t even… What?

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Seriously though, double¬†entendre aside, the Back TASK is just like the regular TASK but with the addition of paracord loops that make it easier to scrub your own back. Basically, it is a pouch made from spacer mesh that is sized to fit a typical bar of soap and it has loops that let you wrap it around your back to scrub. It might even fit your froo-froo organic lavender honey goat’s milk soap but if you use that kind you are probably more interested in the original TASK (see the first paragraph).

I suppose you could also use the paracord to swing your Back TASK around like a flail which could revolutionize the “blanket party.”

Check out the Back TASK at Fight an Flight Tactical.

Fight and Flight Tactical BLiSS

There are a lot of slings with a lot of features and that isn’t necessarily a bad thing if they are well made. However, when those features are poorly executed and unnecessary, they can have a negative effect on the reliability of something that should be pretty simple. When you think about, a sling really doesn’t have to do much. All it really needs to do is keep your rifle/shotgun tied to you and that is exactly the thinking behind the Fight and Flight Tactical BLiSS.

Fight and Flight BLiSS

The BLiSS isn’t anything truly new. It is a fairly basic single point sling that has a handful of attachment options and a removable airmesh pad for comfort. This sling is a throw back to simpler slings that served their purpose without a bunch of potential failure points. It doesn’t do much because it doesn’t have to.

Check out the BLiSS at Fight and Flight Tactical.

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