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It's boot season! New styles are pouring in, and we've picked the best of the bunch. Check out our top four.
We’ve seen our fair share of tactical pants. But which ones do we swear by? Our senior designer casts his vote for Genuine Gear.
After four years of camouflage research and testing, rumor has it the Army has chosen a new pattern—and we've got all the details.
Big as Hell
Reviewer: Wallace | Maple Valley Wa
I just got it today a put all my stuff in there and realized how much more room I had. So that really made me happy because now I have an excuse to buy more stuff.
Propper 360 Belt -- A pretty good belt!
Reviewer: Jim | Highlands Ranch, CO
This belt is a good product. Looks good, feels good, holds your pants up, and you can hang things off it. My only issue is sizing. A medium is a bit short, not much belt to work with once you insert the belt into the buckle and make the turn. I ordered a large, but that had too much belt! What's a man to do? I cut it off to a good length, longer than medium and shorter than large, and melted the ends so it wouldn't unravel. Also, the belt is cut straight across on the end which makes it a bit difficult to thread through your belt loops, so when I cut it I rounded the end a bit to make it easier. Other than that, Mrs Lincoln, how was the play?
Love these shorts
Reviewer: Troy | Humble Tx
they came quick they fit well, and while I unfortunately tested the ripstop very quickly, it not only minimized the tear , it just hasnt expanded , will be buying more of these as I lose more weight
Reviewer: Brandon | Kentucky
Almost perfect because they are not the coolest boots in hot climates and they are a little hard to lace , however once you get them on your feet they are very comfortable and despite being a little hot they do not sweat your feet very bad thanks to the goretex lining , the outsole gets better traction then even the vibram sierra and they do a good job of absorbing impact when walking over rocky terrain , another plus is that although they are hard to lace the eyelets extend onto the toebox and allow you to get them laced snugly to your foot so they don't move around when going up or down hill , all in all they are excellent hikers and worth every dime you pay for them !!!
Hello, my name is...
Reviewer: Thomas | Cortland
America! Need I say more?
Reviewer: Thomas | Cortland
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