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Gear Diary: Direct Action and Zulu Nylon Gear

I had a great conversation with Joel Zaruba from Zulu Nylon Gear last month.  We haven’t heard much from Zulu lately but Joel is making a renewed push to get the word out on his gear this year and I think that’s great because he sells some really awesome kit.  I still use his Mega Admin Pouch and Joel was kind enough to send over a couple of other very cool items for us to review.  Stay tuned!

 

The Zulu Nylon Gear Mega Admin Pouch

The Zulu Nylon Gear Mega Admin Pouch

 

We also heard from a manufacturer that is making a push into the U.S. market.  Direct Action, LLC is Helikon-Tex’s independent gear brand.  From afar, the designs and raw materials being used in their packs coupled with reasonable pricing checks all the boxes and therefore I’m really looking forward to reviewing their gear.

 

Direct Action Dust Backpack

Direct Action Dust Backpack

 

 

They might prove to be a viable option for those who are willing to consider products made outside the U.S. but looking for something different versus the usual stuff from 5.11, Hazard 4, Grey Ghost Gear, etc.

Look for reviews on Direct Action gear coming this Spring.

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4 Responses so far.

  1. Almeida says:

    Direct Action stuff looks good, but I’ve handled both great and not-so-great stuff. Well, the brand is new so I guess they are still finding their way. Their laser cut products look outstanding, but the increase in price (comparing to the “regular” models) means it’s out of my options.

    Looking forward for those reviews.

  2. Chris says:

    I have been looking for a new backpack mostly for EDC. Ive been doing a lot of research over the past month or so now, something my friends really pick on me about. During my research i have found a variety of different company’s offering somewhat similar backpacks with quite a range of different prices and features. Direct Action Dust was one of my first choices based on the prices and quality. I was looking to purchase this bag but unfortunately they do not have it in Multicam yet. If you are interested i have provided a link to my research.

    http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll183/chrisnorth/Backpack_zpswgt9lkyy.png

  3. Chris says:

    Thank You. I really get picked on a lot about research. I do this with almost everything I buy! You should see the mess i have with a chart im making for my next truck. Ughhh lol

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