One Of Our Number One Tactical Boots, Rothco's Forced Entry Tactical Boots Are Constructed With A Full Grain Leather Vamp, Action Leather Upper, Pigskin Leather Collar, Steel Shank Gusseted Tongue Slip, Resistant Sole, Rust Proof Hardware Speed Laces And Have Moisture Wicking Lining.
Rothco's Forced Entry Security Boots Feature A Suede Collar, Steel Shank, Slip-Resistant Cup Sole Rust-Proof Hardware. WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm.
Rothco's 8" Forced Entry Security Boot features Leather and Nylon upper, Leather collar, moisture-wicking lining, steel shank, slip resistant sole and rust proof hardware. WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm.
Rothco 6 Inch Waterproof & Blood Pathogen Resistant Tactical Boot features Leather & Nylon upper with waterproof and blood born pathogen membrane which protects the wearer from bloodborne pathogens and moisture. The tactical boot also features a moisture wicking lining to ensure optimal comfort and dryness.
The A-TACS pattern by comparison removes the sharp angles and replaces with very small organically shaped pixels, and adds specific colors carefully chosen to match the natual environment, and taking this process a step further the small organically shaped pixels are placed within larger groupings to create a ""pattern within a pattern"" effect.
The Giena Tactics Combat Shirts Type 1 are a new line of tactical shirts for your operation needs which can be used for more casual events such as hiking. Giena Tactics are well known in Russia for their tactical line of gear and accessories which is reliable and durable.
Heavy duty nylon weave belt; not as thick as competition shooting belts but broader and just as load bearing (if not more so). The straps self-secure with Velcro and clip in place with polymer buckles. The double-release mechanism utilizes the usual side arms but an additional central button.
The bulk of the fighting in which the unit was involved occurred in the Strait of San Carlos. On May 21, the unit commanded by Captain Pablo Carballo damaged the frigate HMS Ardent, that day another five aircraft seriously damaged the frigate HMS Argonaut.