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  • Pine Survey Review: TT Sling Pack 12 by Tasmanian Tiger

    Pine Survey Review: TT Sling Pack 12

    “The TT Tac Sling Pack 12 is Tasmanian Tigers first approach to a slingbag and offers a concept which is usable for both left and right handed users. The build up of the pack features a large main compartment with a large mesh pouch, a detachable laser cut MOLLE panel and a hook and loop […]

  • Gear Addicts Review - TT Trooper Pack by Tasmanian Tiger

    Gear Addicts Review: TT Trooper Pack

    “Tasmanian Tiger Trooper Pack is yet another product from the German manufacturer that I’ve had the pleasure of using. This solid, medium-size, military backpack offers many interesting solutions and its durability and quality are of the highest standard.” Read the complete review here. Text and photo: www.gearaddicts.pl

  • TT Pathfinder MK 2 by Tasmanian Tiger - Award- winning XXL Backpack

    TT Pathfinder MK II: Award winning XXL-Backpack

    The German special interest magazine Tactical Gear took three big size combat backpacks to test, recently. In the end, the winner is the TT Pathfinder MK II from Tasmanian Tiger. The 75 liter combat backpack TT Pathfinder MK II achieved very good results for its load volume, carrying comfort, features as well as for the […]

  • PenCott GreenZone pattern for Tasmanian Tiger equipment

    TT Equipment in the PenCott GreenZone pattern

    PenCott GreenZone is the latest camouflage pattern that is already being used on a number of Tasmanian Tiger products. PenCott GreenZone is a new addition to the TT product line, and joins Multicam, Camouflage, Khaki, Coyote Brown, Black and Olive. The PenCott camouflage was designed by the Anglo-American HydeDefinition company, and is notable for its […]

  • TT Bug Out Pack by Tasmanian Tiger - Perfectly made high end product

    TT Bug Out Pack – “perfectly made high-end product”

    Test report in the current issue of German “Tactical Gear” magazine The current issue (3/2015) of the German “Tactical Gear” magazine looks at the TT Bug Out Pack by Tasmanian Tiger, and rates the universal 40-litre rucksack as first-class. Particular mention was made of the ventilated X Vent Zero Plus carrying System , which combines […]

  • TT Raid Pack MK II by Tasmanian Tiger - Test winner Tactical Gear 01/2015

    Test winner Tactical Gear 1/2015: Tasmanian Tiger Raid Pack MK II

    Three whole days in the great outdoors, completely cut off from civilisation without knowing what’s waiting around the corner – in this situation, you need an emergency pack that will hold anything and everything you need to survive outdoors. A Bug-Out-Bag (BOB) is the perfect companion for any eventuality. The magazine “Tactical Gear” tested various […]

  • Medic Assault Pack exemplary design for medics

    TT Medic Assault Pack “Exemplary design for medics”

    Aalen police HQ equips organisation units with the TT Medic Assault Pack After more than two years’ development and testing, Aalen police HQ has equipped its ten police stations, the Federal Motorway divisions, the two dog-handling sites, searches, deployment training centres and the task forces of the alert platoons with the “emergency backpack lite”, the […]

  • V2 Plus – Optimised carrier system for successful backpacks

    V2 Plus – Optimised carrier system for successful backpacks

      V2 Plus – Optimised carrier system for successful backpacks   Some of TT’s most successful backpacks have been given a new carrier System: the V2 Plus carrier system has a high contact point on the back plate to provide a tremendous range of options when adjusting the back length. This means the backpack can […]

  • IWA 2015 Trade Fair Review

    IWA 2015 Trade fair review

    At the most important international industry show, IWA 2015, which achieved a new record in visitor numbers after its four days, the latest TASMANIAN TIGER collection was again extremely well received. Joachim Herrmann, the Bavarian Minister of the Interior, stopped off at the TASMANIAN TIGER stand during his visit to the trade fair, and listened […]