Former Navy SEAL Mike Noell was on a mission in Afghanistan when the strap on his issued backpack broke, falling onto a land mine. Fortunately, it did not detonate and he made it out alive. Still, the experience stuck with Noell and in 1993, he founded Blackhawk with the ultimate goal of creating no-fail gear for military and tactical professionals. The brand's background is a large part of why every piece of clothing, equipment and footwear has to meet meticulous standards before it's ever released. Military personnel and first responders need gear they can trust, which is why they choose Blackhawk time and time again.
Pretty good boots
Reviewer: Clint | Gaithersburg, Md
Needed a replacement for my Army standard issue boots. They feel good, a bit tight on the toe box, and a little tough to tighten the laces. Feels sort of like walking in snowboard boots. Overall solid construction, good support, and no chance of ankle injury.
Blackhawk SERPA Level 3 Light Bearing Duty Holster
Reviewer: Richard C | Spokane
I have a Blackhawk holster for every pistol I own (6) so imagine my GREAT disappointment when I finally get a TLR-1 light and find out that Blackhawk only makes light bearing holsters for their brand of light. I guess I will have to switch to Safariland holsters. #thanksformakingmeswitchBH
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