Gear 6 Packs to Spend Christmas Money On Industry News December 28, 2016 Join the Conversation Christmas money burning a hole in your pocket? Check out this line-up of packs, good fer a'carryin' all yer stuffs in. You’re welcome. Industry News:6 Packs to Spend Christmas Money On 1. First Tactical TACTIX 1-DAY PLUS Pack This sturdy daypack with an innovative Lynx Laser Cut Platform compatible with MOLLE/PALS, and Hook & Hang Thru compartment, exponentially increases organization options. Among compact tactical backpacks, the Tactix 1-Day Plus leaves its competition in the back of the pack. First Tactical’s Tactix 1-Day Plus Backpack, $134.99 2. Triple Aught Design AZIMUTH Pack Meet the Azimuth (N): The horizontal angle or direction of a compass bearing. On any bearing, the Azimuth Pack’s unique design, light weight versatility and packability make it a formidable companion to your regular kit. Designed to stow away on all your adventures, the Azimuth is built to function as a quick reaction accessory when you need to carry the bare essentials. Triple Aught Design’s Azimuth, $120.00 If you're a Triple Aught Design fan, you might consider subscribing to their newsletter. They use them to publish a #weeklytadhint that will give you a clue about their next product launch, special event, or announcement. 3. Magpul Happy Claymore Bag The Happy Claymore Bag is a better solution to carry, emplace and recover M18A1 Claymore Mines. After years of working on and with small teams that use these mines regularly, our staff decided that there had to be a more practical and efficient way to do it. We ditched the wire reel, and drawing on our mountaineering and riverine experience decided on a design similar to a rope throw bag. The blasting cap and firing wire is routed through a large grommet on the bottom of the bag, then secured in the static free blasting cap pocket on the tarp. When stored, the tarp separates the firing wire from the firing device in the same pocket. The mine itself is stored in a separate pocket, along with a stake, grease pencil, and range card. Handy right? Alternately, it makes a pretty bitchin' way to carry your stuff around. Need more clarity? Watch the video down below. Magpul’s Happy Claymore Bag, $64.95 4. First Tactical SUMMIT SIDE SATCHEL Courier Bag The Summit Side Satchel (pictured) provides extra storage that works with your other carrying gear for maximum efficiency. This compact satchel is ideal for tablets and iPads. A top haul handle, a reliable internal hook/loop mounting platform, and a hidden back CCW pocket make this satchel one of a kind and perfect for your tactical demands. First Tactical’s Summit Side Satchel, $69.99 5. First Tactical CROSSHATCH Sling Pack The Crosshatch Sling Pack is ergonomic and comfortable for balanced left or right cross-body carrying. Constructed with 1000D tough nylon, repositionable compression straps, and hook/loop interior organization, this will quickly become your favorite sling pack. First Tactical’s Crosshatch Sling Pack, $89.99 6. First Tactical ASCEND Messenger Bag The Ascend Messenger Bag is designed to provide all of the room and durability you require. Built with nylon fabric and premium YKK hardware, this bag gives you a sturdy exterior you can rely on. The main compartment features a foam padded section for your computer and smaller organizers to keep items separate and protected, while three inner drop pockets and zip out water bottle/gear pockets provide extra storage space with organization. First Tactical’s Ascend Messenger Bag, $89.99 Happy spending. Industry News. What are you seeing here? Just as the tagline reads — industry news. This is a product (or service) announcement. It is not an endorsement. It is not a review. It is not an advertisement. 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