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  • Nordiske 1.3m Webbing Fabric Belt - Black

    Nordiske 1.3m Webbing Fabric Belt – Black

    R419

    The Nordiske 1.3m Webbing Fabric Belt is durable and size adjustable.

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  • Nordiske Small Duffle Bag - Olive

    Nordiske Small Duffle Bag – Olive

    R719

    The Nordiske Small Duffle Bag is durable and highly versatile.

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  • Nordiske Bladder Coyote - 2.5l

    Nordiske Bladder Coyote – 2.5l

    R779

    The Nordiske Bladder Coyote features 2.5l capacity with leakproof inner.

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  • Condor Emblem PVC Patch

    R29

    Condor Emblem PVC Patch for attachment to caps, clothing and anything with a Velcro loop surface.

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  • Condor Medic Patch

    From: R39

    The Condor Medic Patch features hook backing that attaches to any loop surface.

    FEATURES

    • Holds two sets of handcuffs
    • Hook & Loop closure
    • Multiple carrying options: Molle, Belt, Carabiner
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  • Condor Whiskey Foxtrot PVC Patch

    R79

    Identify and personalize your range gear with the Condor Whiskey Foxtrot PVC Patch.

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  • Condor M/L Rigger’s Belt – Tan

    R869

    Sometimes you need your belt to do more than simply hold up your pants. When working in extreme conditions, your belt should be able to hold up in any situation. The Condor Riggers Belt is constructed of strong nylon webbing and features a forged steel buckle.

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  • Nordiske Tactical Backpack / Duffle Bag - Olive

    Nordiske Tactical Backpack / Duffle Bag – Olive

    R3,199

    The Nordiske Tactical Backpack / Duffle Bag with concealable backstraps and MOLLE system.

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  • Condor Shemagh

    From: R259

    Get protection from sun, blowing sands and harsh winds by donning a Shemagh from Condor Outdoor Products, Inc. These tactical Shemaghs are available in a variety of designs and can be worn by men or women.

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  • UTG Heavy Duty Web Belt

    R279

    Heavy 2″ black belt with VELCRO brand touch fastener system fits up to 48″ waist.

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  • Condor Sniper Veil

    R439

    This face veil can be utilized by more than just snipers, it should be used by any and everyone that want’s to stay well hidden. This sniper veil is draped over the head and onto the shoulders of the wearer.

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  • Condor Fleece Multi-Wrap – Black

    R409

    Condor Fleece Multi-Wrap is a perfect combination of multifunctional wrap and fleece nech gaiter which is intended to protect the neck against unfavorable weather conditions.

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  • Condor Tactical Cap

    From: R429

    A perfect choice for tactical professionals and outdoor enthusiasts, the Condor Tactical Cap offers exceptional comfort in a classic design. Made of 100% cotton, this cap uses an adjustable, buckled back-strap to fit comfortably on most wearers.

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  • Condor PVC Flag Patch – Olive Drab

    R59

    Identify and personalize your range gear with the Condor PVC Flag Patch in Olive Drab.

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  • Condor Punisher PVC Patch

    R79

    Identify and personalize your range gear with the Condor Punisher PVC Patch.

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  • Condor Rigger Belt – Black

    From: R869

    Tactically versatile, from rappelling to attaching your gear, and despite being durable and tough, this belt is comfortable and designed to be worn for long periods of time.

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  • Condor Alpha Fleece Jacket – Black

    R2,300

    Condor offers multiple storage solutions for your daily gear with a vertical chest pocket, shoulder pocket and two slash hand pockets. Perfect for identification patches, this coat features two shoulder patch panels.

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  • Condor Alpha Fleece Jacket (L) Tan

    R2,179

    The Condor Alpha Fleece Jacket is abrasion-reinforced, featuring a vertical chest pocket and two slash hand pockets.

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  • Hard Head Veterans Combat Helmet Bag - Black Hard Head Veterans Combat Helmet Bag - Black

    Hard Head Veterans Combat Helmet Bag – Black

    R1,699

    The Hard Head Veterans Combat Helmet Bag is vital to protect your HHV helmet – Combat helmets need the HHV Protective Helmet Bag! It provides protection and storage for your helmet.

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    Hard Head Veterans Combat Helmet Bag – Tan

    R1,699

    The Hard Head Veterans Combat Helmet Bag is vital to protect your HHV helmet – Combat helmets need the HHV Protective Helmet Bag! It provides protection and storage for your helmet.

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  • Hard Head Veterans Tactical ATE Bump Helmet - L-XL/Multicam

    Hard Head Veterans Tactical ATE Bump Helmet – L-XL/Multicam

    R5,999

    Tactical Helmet ATE Bump is the non-ballistic version of our ATE Ballistic helmet. Lightweight and modular, it provides the ideal bump helmet for Tactical Helmet applications, Search and Rescue (SAR), and Recreational Sports.

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  • Hard Head Veterans Tactical ATE Bump Helmet - M-L/Multicam

    Hard Head Veterans Tactical ATE Bump Helmet – M-L/Multicam

    R5,999

    Tactical Helmet ATE Bump is the non-ballistic version of our ATE Ballistic helmet. Lightweight and modular, it provides the ideal bump helmet for Tactical Helmet applications, Search and Rescue (SAR), and Recreational Sports.

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  • Hard Head Veterans Tactical ATE Bump Helmet - L-XL/Black

    Hard Head Veterans Tactical ATE Bump Helmet – L-XL/Black

    R5,999

    Tactical Helmet ATE Bump is the non-ballistic version of our ATE Ballistic helmet. Lightweight and modular, it provides the ideal bump helmet for Tactical Helmet applications, Search and Rescue (SAR), and Recreational Sports.

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  • Hard Head Veterans Tactical ATE Bump Helmet - M-L/Black

    Hard Head Veterans Tactical ATE Bump Helmet – M-L/Black

    R5,999

    Tactical Helmet ATE Bump is the non-ballistic version of our ATE Ballistic helmet. Lightweight and modular, it provides the ideal bump helmet for Tactical Helmet applications, Search and Rescue (SAR), and Recreational Sports.

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  • Hard Head Veterans Tactical ATE Bump Helmet - L-XL/Tan

    Hard Head Veterans Tactical ATE Bump Helmet – L-XL/Tan

    R5,999

    The tactical helmet is an essential piece of equipment for military members, law enforcement officers who are attempting to suppress a riot or others who need reliable head protection.

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How to Choose Tactical Clothing

Tactical clothing is a crucial component of any tactical gear setup. Not only does it provide protection against the elements, but it can also help keep you safe during dangerous missions or activities. However, with so many different types of tactical clothing available, it can be challenging to know where to start when it comes to choosing the right gear. In this article, we’ll take a comprehensive look at how to choose tactical clothing that is comfortable, functional, and appropriate for your specific needs.

Factors to Consider When Choosing Tactical Clothing

Activity and Environment

The first factor to consider when choosing tactical clothing is the activity and environment in which it will be used. Different activities and environments require different types of clothing, so it’s important to choose gear that is appropriate for your needs. For example, if you’re planning a hiking trip in the mountains, you’ll want to choose clothing that is lightweight, breathable, and waterproof.

Material and Durability

Tactical clothing is designed to withstand heavy wear and tear, so it’s important to choose gear made from durable materials such as ripstop fabric or Cordura. The material should also be appropriate for the environment in which it will be used. For example, if you’ll be working in a hot and humid environment, you’ll want clothing that is breathable and moisture-wicking.

Comfort and Fit

Comfort and fit are crucial factors to consider when choosing tactical clothing. The gear should fit properly, allowing for a full range of motion without being too tight or restrictive. It should also be comfortable to wear for long periods, with features such as breathable fabric, adjustable cuffs, and ventilation to help regulate body temperature.

Features and Accessories

Tactical clothing often comes with a range of features and accessories that can enhance its functionality and usefulness. Some common features include specialized pockets for holding gear or weapons, ventilation to keep the body cool, and reinforcements in high-wear areas. It’s important to consider which features are most important to you based on your needs and activities.

Camouflage and Color

The color and camouflage pattern of your tactical clothing can play a significant role in its effectiveness. Camouflage can help you blend in with your surroundings and avoid detection, while bright colors can increase visibility in low-light conditions. It’s important to choose a color or pattern that is appropriate for the environment in which you’ll be using the gear.

Choosing the Right Tactical Clothing for You

Once you have a good understanding of the factors to consider when choosing tactical clothing, you can start to narrow down your options and choose the right gear for your needs. Here are some common types of tactical clothing and factors to consider when choosing them:

Tactical Shirts and Jackets

When choosing a tactical shirt or jacket, consider the material, weight, and ventilation. Look for gear that is made from breathable, moisture-wicking fabric, with adjustable cuffs and a collar that can be worn up or down. Look for specialized pockets or features that can enhance functionality, such as zippered chest pockets or pen slots.

Tactical Pants and Shorts

When choosing tactical pants or shorts, consider the durability, pockets, and fit. Look for gear that is made from durable, ripstop fabric with reinforced seams. Look for pockets that are large enough to hold gear or weapons, with features such as flaps or snaps to keep them secure. Choose a fit that allows for a full range of motion without being too tight or restrictive.

Tactical Footwear

When choosing tactical footwear, consider the environment, durability, and comfort. Look for boots or shoes that are waterproof and have a slip-resistant sole. Choose a material that is appropriate for the environment in which you’ll be using the gear, such as leather or synthetic fabric. Look for features such as ankle support and ventilation to help regulate body temperature.

Tactical Gloves

When choosing tactical gloves, consider the padding, grip, and touchscreen compatibility. Look for gloves that provide adequate protection while allowing for dexterity, with reinforced padding in high-wear areas. Look for gloves that offer a good grip surface, with touchscreen compatibility for using electronic devices.

Tactical Headwear

When choosing tactical headwear, consider the protection, ventilation, and fit. Look for gear that provides adequate protection for the environment in which you’ll be using it, such as a helmet or face mask. Look for ventilation features such as mesh or breathable fabric, with a fit that is comfortable and adjustable.

Tactical Clothing FAQ

What is the difference between tactical clothing and regular clothing?

Tactical clothing is specifically designed to meet the needs of individuals in high-stress or high-risk situations, with features such as reinforced fabric, specialized pockets, and ventilation.

Can I wear tactical clothing for everyday use?

Yes, many people wear tactical clothing for everyday use due to its durability, functionality, and comfort.

What is the best material for tactical clothing?

The best material for tactical clothing depends on the environment in which it will be used. Common materials include ripstop fabric, nylon, and synthetic blends.

Do I need to buy expensive tactical clothing?

Expensive tactical clothing can often provide additional features and functionality, but it’s not always necessary. It’s important to choose gear that meets your specific needs and budget.

How often should I replace my tactical clothing?

You should regularly inspect your tactical clothing for signs of wear and tear, and replace it as needed. It’s important to have reliable and functional gear when in a tactical situation.