Discussion in 'Military Clothing & Boots' started by sixty_three, May 29, 2011.
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Is it any good and up to the job ?
Is it made in the UK ?
The fish and bread pack needs bigger wine and water bladders.
Got their blast belt. Works fine, there was a slight sound of popping forcing issue Molle through the loops but no complaints. Not sure what their pouches are like, and their yoke looks odd.
I don't know if its real muticam ( crye ) but seems o.k for entry level
It has the multicam tag.
Has it I'll shut up then.
I have their multicam 35 ltr daysack. Not bad, quite robust. A step up from the Munro methinks.
To get those labels you only need to submit a few mtrs of cordura for testing and then the lables are issued assuming the cordura is up the the correct standard .
There is nothing stopping these companies, as far as I can see doing it with legit stuff just to get the lables .......Now IM NOT SAYING that this is what Deciple have done I Dont know ! but its worth concidering !
Also I think its made in tha far east ,hence the price !
If you post some links I can compare it to whats on offer from other suppliers
just bought a disciple chest rig- seems well made and can fit a hefty amount of kit as the utility pouches have internal pockets to stash stuff in. My only criticism is that the admin panel is slightly too small to fit a note book in but is fine for cards etc and that the mag pouches do not have a secondary means of closure. Drop zone supplies have them for £90 and their tailoress could probably make any required modifications
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