T3 Gear Increases Supply of Tactical Gear for the Civilian Market.

CORONADO, California – Trident Tactical/Technical has worked alongside U.S. Navy SEALS, Air Force Special Operations and militaries around the world to provide the gear that elite operators need but are not issued. Now, T3 is deepening its commitment to the consumer market with confidence that its gear will outlast and outperform anything in the high-end outdoor and tactical industries.

Key offerings in the consumer market will be bags, packs and K9 gear for the outdoor enthusiast, while military, law enforcement and survivalists will be drawn to T3’s superior plate carriers, Active Shooter Response kits, and helmet packs.

“In terms of durability and functionality, there is no better testing ground for outdoor gear than real-world SEAL operations and training,” said T3 Chief Executive Officer Mike Atkinson, a former member of SEAL Team EIGHT. “Everything we make is designed to hold up to hard use and extreme elements, and being headquartered on Naval Amphibious Base Coronado gives us unique and direct access to feedback from the world’s most elite warriors.”

The rigors of combat and the intense nature of SEAL operations provide an environment that very quickly destroys much of what is considered high end outdoor gear. Equipment considered durable by other high-end gear users is consumable in the SEAL Teams, and this unrivaled community of experts is continually helping T3 develop equipment that rises above what’s previously been available in the consumer market.

“While some T3 gear has been available to consumers on a very limited basis in the past, we’ve decided to offer our full line to outdoor enthusiasts, law enforcement and preppers,” said T3’s VP of Sales, Lawrence Bengal. “Based strictly on the strength of our products, we have earned a great deal of trust in the special forces community and as a military supplier in general. We’re proud to be able to offer consumers the same outstanding gear that’s being used by warfighters around the world.”