There was a lot of news coming out of Tuff Possum Gear this weekend:
After over two years of testing, the Shackleton EDC Satchel is finally here and listed up on the brand new website www.tuffpossumgear.com
Many are familiar with the story of the Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton and his story of survival and leadership. This satchel is designed for such men. Inspired by loners and leaders. Made for both daily life and exceptional adventure. Designed for those who GO places and DO things…
As you can see, they launched both a new website and the new Shackleton EDC Satchel which is the first item they are produced with their new production partner, FirstSpear.
The Shackleton EDC Satchel is 12″ wide by 9″ tall by 4″ deep and constructed from 1000D and 500D Cordua nylon. It features a flap closure that is secured with a ITW Cobra Buckle. The Shackleton has slip pockets on both ends and interior pockets on the front panel for gear organization. The interior also features a laser-cut PALS/loop grid for use with MOLLE compatible and hook backed pouches.
The back of the Shackleton features 4 webbing tabs with the same spacing as those found on Hill People Gear’s small packs and compression panels. This will allow the Shackleton to be docked on Hill People Gear packs.