The Camino Flex GTX boots from Lowa are designed for distance hiking and trekking. However, their subdued appearance also makes them suitable for more ‘tactical’ use, with the added benefit of excellent support and stability.
The Adam belt from EMDOM USA is a trouser belt, meant to hold up your pants; nothing more. It’s a simple, elegant design, feeling like it’s part of the pant waist, rather than a separate belt.
The Talos Halfshell Patterned in Crye MultiCam is the matching lightweight combat shirt to the Talos Pant Patterned, from the LEAF (Law Enforcement and Armed Forces) division of Arc’teryx. It’s part of LEAF’s Armour Compatible Layering system. It’s a no-melt, no-drip lightweight long-sleeved shirt that uses two different materials in its construction to provide hot weather comfort and durability. The Talos Halfshell also incorporates Arc’teryx’s ‘Roll-and-Stow’ sleeve system that enables the user to convert the sleeve configuration from long to short during periods of intense physical activity.
The Emergency Action Trunk (E.A.T.) from J-Tech Gear is a huge rolling equipment bag. At 135L, it’s large enough to hold more than most people can lift. It was originally designed as a deployment bag for military personnel but can be used as a ‘hold everything’ bag for avid shooters alike. The E.A.T. bag is more than a rolling duffle; it has much more organization than a simple duffle, to segregate and organize your gear.