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S.O.Tech – Limited Edition Kryptek & MultiCam Tactical Tote/ Reusable Shopping Bags

Friday, January 8th, 2016


S.O.Tech has released a limited edition run of Tactical Totes / Reusable Shopping Bags. The bags are made in the USA by Veterans as part of a work therapy program through Vets Corps USA. The bags come in two sizes, regular (RCS) and XL (RCS2), and are made of 500D Cordura and 1000D Cordura, respectively. Additional features include reinforced handles, color-matched MilSpec webbing, and interior pockets.


SHOT Show 2015 – S.O.TECH – Road Warrior Bag

Wednesday, January 21st, 2015


The Road Warrior Bag is a general purpose EDC and hygiene bag. Made from 500D Cordura nylon, the Road Warrior features 5 individual compartments designed to carry everything from general hygiene items to batteries and power components.

The front features a Velcro loop panel for ID and morale patches, a transparent window for ID cards, business cards, or luggage cards, and PALS webbing for additional patches. The webbing features integrated shock cord for stowing additional soft items such as a towel.


The main compartment has 10 internal organizing pockets, along with a zippered internal mesh pocket, and a fold out panel with elastic loops for additional items.

Currently available in Black.\


Cobra Deals With S.O.TECH

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011

How often do you see collectable figures adorned with actual licensed tactical products? Well, you can add this Cobra Viper to the list that does. Unlike the mindless legion of Cobra grunts that get stuck with that cheap plastic knock-off kit, an elite Cobra Viper (think 501st Legion aka Vader’s Fist) gets outfitted with authentic S.O.TECH gear. To be specific, the S.O.TECH Callahan Plate Carrier System, 12 mag Hellcat Chest Harness, and Rifleman’s Pack and Rigger’s Belt, all made to fit on his tiny, 12-inch vinyl body. It’s good to see that Cobra is keeping with the times and outfitting their soldiers with useful tactical gear, but could they possibly design a uniform to match? He looks more like a Power Ranger than any elite soldier should.