I had a chance to tour Tactical Assault Gear's San Diego cut and sew factory on Friday that was led by the very informative T.A.G. VP Julie Kammerer.
They have a solid operation are one of the few companies still manufacturing entirely in the USA and still able to remain competitive. My friend Chris Osman and his wife Mayo founded T.A.G back in the late 90s and the company was acquired by LC Industries last year.
Chris always had a philosophy to make gear that lasts and it is obvious that the tradition continues with LC. They are a great company and a large employer of the blind, in fact they had a couple of blind sewers on the line when I toured the factory...pretty cool.
They were shooting their new Combat Sustainment Pack in the A-TACS camo pattern and I thought you would appreciate a sneak peek. Any questions about this rig and I'll do my best to get them answered.
The A-TACS camo pattern is an obvious run at Crye Precision's innovative and first to market, Multicam pattern. A little healthy competition is good and in all fairness the A-TACS is a solid pattern and should do very well in the market.
Kit Up! contributor Brandon Webb is a former SEAL, sniper instructor and author of 21st Century Sniper: A Complete Practical Guide.