Bring it in, take a knee, we have an important announcement. Armageddon Gear has a new product out that a lot of you will simply love. Built using Cordura nylon, metal D-rings, and heavy duty #10 zippers, their new release is called the Armageddon Gear Kit Bag Plus. Like chloroform and duct tape, there is but one single purpose for its existence.
It lets you carry things.
That’s right, the Kit Bag Plus actually allows users to capture an area of space, contain it, and take it along with them. That means anything that will fit into that area of space can be taken along as well.
The Kit Bag Plus comes in small, medium or large. This allows you to tailor the amount of stuff you want to carry inside the specific piece of space you’d prefer to capture and contain. It’s genius, really. To give you a better idea of the relative sizes, we’ve put together the following visual aid. Feel free to use it in your next powerpoint brief or S4 summary. (Note: not to scale.)
Each is built with a large center-zipped compartment and a pair of smaller side-zip compartments, and each features a semi-rigid (*snicker*) layer of what they describe as a high density, 1/2″ thick, closed-cell foam to provide support and structure (so it’s not flopping around loose like a dufflebag or grampa’s scrotum). Velcro pockets are on each end. The bag is currently available in black, MultiCam, Mud Hut and a Ranger Green/Coyote Brown combo.
Armageddon Gear Kit Bag Plus Specs
Small 17 in. long x 9 in. wide x 8 in. high $69.99.
Medium 23 in. long x 11 in. wide x 10 in. high $87.99
Large 32 in. long x 13 in. wide x 13 in. high $119.00
Armageddon Gear is a vetrepreneur-owned business founded and run by Tom Fuller, a former Ranger Regiment SNCO.
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