Posted on July 15, 2014
We’ve seen our fair share of tactical pants. But which ones do we swear by? Our senior designer casts his vote for Genuine Gear.
Posted on January 31, 2014
We spent a couple days in ecstasy at SHOT Show 2014 meeting with our favorite brands about the newest and most noteworthy tactical clothing, equipment and footwear. We’ve somehow managed to narrow down all gear we geeked out over into our top 10.
Posted on November 9, 2012
We got the first look at the new Propper collections for fall. Just in time for colder weather, these covert and stylish collections boast CCW-compatible hoodies, jackets and vests. You’ll own the streets when you gear up with the Propper.
Posted on July 26, 2012
We’re just mad about MultiCam! It’s not hard to see why – it’s quickly becoming the most popular camouflage pattern out there. We’ve even put together a list of our customer’s favorites, from shoes, pants, packs and so much more. Read on to check out the spotlighted items.
Posted on May 23, 2012
TacticalGear.com’s Nora talks to Megan Hegger, marketing product manager, about the new Propper gear in the A-TACS FG camouflage pattern. In the works for about a year, the pattern has been garnering buzz for the past couple of months. For the full story, read on.
Posted on February 15, 2012
There’s a new ABU fabric in town. Composed of a 50/50 nylon-cotton ripstop, the ABU will be both lighter and more comfortable for Airmen stationed in hot climates. Propper ABUs are scheduled to start shipping out this April.
Posted on August 5, 2011
Recently, two employees of TacticalGear.com toured the Propper International Distribution Center. If you have a pair of Propper tactical pants, chances are you can trace it back to this facility. Check out some of the sweet pictures documenting the trip.
Posted on June 10, 2011
Would you categorize your dad as tactical? Stumped on what to purchase him for Father’s Day? Tactical Gear Blog has put together a gift guide to ensure that your papa feels supremely kickass on his special day. Check it.