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0601-0 LINE

[FORM vs FUNCTION FOLDER]

front side with custom printed (tiger shard camouflage) TYVEK vs. backside from heavyweight X-PAC VX21

-04 version to fit DIN A4 with 40mm elastic band loop and handle with custom 3D printed hardware (this sounds like loremgibson but it's real)

-05 version to fit DIN A5 with 25mm elastic band loop and custom 3D printed 40MM>25MM hardware to mount it to -04

 

FIG.2: [-05 mounted to -04]

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Great stuff!! Will rep hard dude :)

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thanks for the support guys! I am planning on weekly restocks/new releases.

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Sold out fast! Will have to wait for that restock
The NFC logo tape is a fantastic idea, i'd also probably buy that plain tee with velcro on it if it shows up :) 

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3A-3TS-D meets 3A-SR1

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[new anchorpoint for holster style pocket with phone sleeve attachment]

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Anyone know how easy it would be to stitch the 'bottom' part of these closures? Doable by a tailor?

 

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it's easy, last resort would be handsewn (but still piece of cake because the holes are already there). good luck with your project!

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Anyone know how easy it would be to stitch the 'bottom' part of these closures? Doable by a tailor?

 

 

 

I want to advise you that if you plan to stitch this under a machine be aware of the length of the stitch, and the pre-exisiting punches.  You can possibly punch and make existing holes bigger  which can result with a loose completion. Overall, it can easily be completed. :)

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Going to make a jacket and an overcoat this summer from tyvek, the coat in paper-black tyvek. Anyone have any experience working with this material?

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Does anyone Stateside stock ETA Proof cotton? I need to repair a 2inch hole and I don't feel like buying a full yard for 40 bucks from the UK.

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Does anyone Stateside stock ETA Proof cotton? I need to repair a 2inch hole and I don't feel like buying a full yard for 40 bucks from the UK.

At that size of hole you might want to contact a provider for a sample, then use the sample. You could also, if you're patching, put a nylon or laminate layer hidden underneath an unproofed cotton layer, and use a seam-sealant under your stitches. Or, you could use regular cotton and nikwax it.

 

Just as alternatives.

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Just upgraded to superartisan and restocked some of the surplus store goodies! HTTP://AOKU.TICTAIL.COM

 

I ALSO DEMAND CHRIS TO POST HIS AWESOME BAG!

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The whole bag? Excellent work!

Yes the entire thing.

So is the top flap is held with those Fidlock nipple things, or are they for something else?

That is correct, it is used to hold down the top flap as it has two compartment.

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anyone have any suggestions on straps like the acg 2 in 1 jacket to wear around your shoulder?

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152004 DATA SMUGGLING DEVICE M.T.O. [MADETOORDER] CUSTOMS

8GB USB DRIVE IMPLANTED IN 161600 SERIES PATCHES ON CUSTOMER REQUEST.

DO NOT EXCEED CAPACITY!

 

[http://aoku.tictail.com restocked with usual suspects including standrad issue 152004 patch]

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Yes the entire thing.

That is correct, it is used to hold down the top flap as it has two compartment.

 

Nice work on the bag. Sewing several layers of heavy material like that can be challenging, Did you use an industrial straight stitch or a walking foot on it?

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What material is the outside of the bag?

Great work! 

 

 

Nice work on the bag. Sewing several layers of heavy material like that can be challenging, Did you use an industrial straight stitch or a walking foot on it?

 

Thank you ! I used a Walking foot and material is XPAC

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I always thought your logo looks similar to native danger;)

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