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Whiskey Two-Four’s proprietary ACRONYM laminate material is available in M81 and Arbor Arms recently put that fact to good use. They created some custom Tradesman SALT Belts. In one cool product you have modern materials and construction methods like laser cut laminate material right along side a classic camo pattern. It’s a good time to be a gear head!
If you want something like this, it might require some leg work. This was a completely custom project but the materials are available. Maybe you could sweet talk your way into one.
Whiskey Two Four’s Turnkey Rig 01 is a straight-forward M4 magazine chest rig – an everything you need, nothing you don’t sort of chest rig. It is the first in a series of simple gear items they are creating called the “Turnkey” line. It has 5 single M4 magazine pouches on the front with an H-harness and it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg even though it is made in the USA from US made materials.
Whiskey Two Four (WTF) just rolled out the first of several new Practical Integrated Modular Platform, Scalable (PIMPS) components (See? That title wasn’t click-bait). PIMPS is a layered system of modular accessories built with WTF’s laser cutting precision.
The base component is a compact chest rig with a loop material face and wide, MOLLE compatible shoulder straps. The end user can then add accessory panels to build the system up from compact chest rig, all the way to serious load bearing gear.
WTF already offers a user configurable, MOLLE compatible panel and the M4 Carry All Accessory Panel. Other manufacturer’s panels with the industry standard attachment setup may also work with PIMPS.
WTF also offers the PIMPS Saddle Bags for when you really need to expand the carrying capacity of your chest rig. These general purpose pouches attach over the PIMPS chest rig in such a way that accessory panels may still be attached.
You can expect several new items to be added to the PIMPS line up in the coming weeks. Check out PIMPS at WTFIdea.com.
Whiskey Two Four’s new Double M4 Mag/Carry All Pouch is a classic, double M4 magazine pouch rendered in modern materials. It is constructed from laser cut ACRONYM material – Whiskey Two Four’s own proprietary laminate fabric. The result is a pouch that is lightweight and durable.
The pouch features full flap coverage with mil-spec Velcro closure. The Velcro fields are very tall so that the flap can accommodate objects of varying height. It also features an elastic tensioner to keep the pouch tight when it is carrying smaller items or a single magazine. The pouch is MOLLE compatible and comes with 2 WTFix straps.
Check out the new Double M4 Mag/Carry All Pouch at it’s introductory price at WTFIdea.com.
Whiskey Two-Four’s new Modular Placard packs a ton of features into a compact package. It’s an easy way to add modular, easily swap-able load carriage ability to your plate carrier. Laser cut Hypalon construction makes it thin, light, and durable.
The Modular Placard will accept any MOLLE compatible pouch and features adjustable hanger height. It is compatible with the industry standard SwiftClip attachment system developed by Velocity Systems and Mayflower R&C so it will attach to wide variety of plate and armor carriers.
If your plate carrier or armor carrier does not have loop Velcro on the front to help stabilize the placard, Whiskey Two-Four offers a loop Velcro base panel that can be mounted on PALS webbing.
Check out the Modular Placard at Whiskey Two-Four.
You are probably used to “tactical” outerwear that is made in the USA being pretty expensive. Whiskey Two-Four just released details of an Anorak pattern that they have created that is about to turn that notion upside down. Their PenCott GreenZone Anorak is chocked full of features and will have an introductory price of just $99. That is a 12.6 ounce, made in the USA, rain shell that is designed to work with your gear for less than $100.
The PenCott GreenZone Anorak is constructed from 70D PU DWR ripstop material. This material will keep the weight down, allow the anorak to pack small, and it can be retreated with DWR refresher as necessary. It has a vented back and vented armpits.
The zipper setup on this shell is very slick. There is half zip front and zippered outseams (sides) to allow easy donning and doffing as well as access to the gear beneath the anorak.
The PenCott GreenZone Anorak is available in one size which is cut to fit over gear like helmets, plate carriers, and other gear.
I can see this shell having wide appeal not just with shooters but hunters, especially those who need to pack in light. A garment like this packs a lot of versatility without much cost in weight or bulk. It can be paired with a fleece and appropriate base layers to tame most weather conditions.
Check out the PenCott GreenZone Anorak coming in December from Whiskey Two-Four. This shell might just help set a new precedent for affordability in tactical outerwear.