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My Visit to Triple Aught Design’s Dogpatch HQ

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This past week I found myself in San Francisco, CA and decided to visit Triple Aught Design’s Dogpatch HQ.  Dogpatch is a historical warehouse and factory district on the city’s eastern waterfront.     It’s an area in a state of flux.  The neighborhood seems to be a haven for people who pride themselves in […]

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First Look: Triple Aught Design FAST Pack Litespeed

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Triple Aught Design has just released a re-engineered version of their FAST Pack Litespeed backpack.  It sold out in less than a couple of hours.        The result is what should be a more versatile pack that retains the overall look and feel of the original design. From TAD’s website, here is a […]

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Five Great Gifts for the Special Women in your Life

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Chances are, today is a special day for a woman in your life.  So what did you get for your Mom, Wife, or Significant Other?  Dinner?  Sure.  Flowers?  Boring.  Only a card?  Cheapskate.  One of those damn mail order Bears?  You should be eaten by one. Let me help you out with some ideas.  Admittedly, […]

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Gear Diary: Soccer Dads can Rock the TAD Gear Stealth Hoodie LT too

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Visit Triple Aught Design’s website and you’re likely to be bombarded with pictures of twenty somethings hiking trails, crossing raging streams, and climbing mountains – to the point that if you’re not putting your TAD Gear through similar torture tests then you feel like you’re not doing it justice. Well, this weekend I wasn’t doing […]

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Coming Soon: More Triple Aught Design Gear Reviews

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If you’re a Triple Aught Design fan, then stay tuned because I’ve stocked up on TAD Gear to field test.  First off, TAD sent us a pair of their Covert DC (Doomsday) Pants late last year and the results are in.  Look for a review on those coming very soon! I’ve also purchased a TAD […]

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Molle Daypack Death Match: Camelbak Mil Tac HAWG Review

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The winner in our two pack throw down is the Camelbak Mil Tac HAWG.  The HAWG is a prime example of a relatively straightforward bag design executed by a manufacturer to near perfection.  There are still a couple things I would change about the 2013 HAWG, but despite my rather large bag collection, I find myself […]

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Triple Aught Design Fast Pack EDC Backpack Review

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The Triple Aught Design Fast Pack EDC is a durable mid-sized pack with a versatile design that is loaded with features.  It’s also cost prohibitive and suffers from limited availability.  Is it worth the effort and hard earned dollars that you’ll have to invest in order to acquire it?  Let’s take a closer look. The […]

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First Look: Triple Aught Design Fast Pack EDC

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I going to tell you guys right off the bat that Triple Aught Design’s Fast Pack EDC is a keeper.  In the short time I’ve had the pack, I’ve come to appreciate the features and flexibility of the design.  I wasn’t sure if this was going to be one of those instances when a manufacturer […]

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Gear Diary: GoRuck GR1 Sternum Strap and Pouches

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One of my early frustrations with the GoRuck GR1 has been the lack of a sternum strap.  I’m still not sure why GoRuck didn’t include one and they haven’t sprinkled the GR1 with magic fairy dust that makes it an unnecessary option.  Yes, the wider shoulder straps do help and the wearer can cinch them tight to […]

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GoRuck GR1 and TAD Gear Fast Pack EDC: Contrasts in Bag Design

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Two very popular EDC (Every Day Carry) bags from end high manufacturers that are approximately the same price with very different design philosophies.  I’ve started to field test the GoRuck GR1 and the Triple Aught Design Fast Pack EDC.  The contrast between these bags are visually apparent.  The GoRuck is largely a slick pack with minimal PALS […]

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