Maxpedition Introduces Two New Backpacks in the Advanced Gear Research (AGR) Lineup.

 

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For Fall 2018, Maxpedition introduces two(2) new backpacks in the Advanced Gear Research (AGR) lineup. Building upon the success of the Riftcore™ design introduced in early 2016, Maxpedition now offers the larger 30L Riftblade™ and the more compact 15L Riftpoint™ to round out this trio of ergonomic concealed carry capable backpacks. This latest release reinforces Maxpedition’s mission in the creating of the AGR line: to build military-grade tactical gear based on cutting-edge research using custom developed materials & components and with modernized aesthetics. Maxpedition’s pursuit of the best since 2003 has cultivated a clientele that has come to expect only products of uncompromising quality, durability and innovation

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Founded in 2003, Maxpedition successfully optimized the design ethos of American military-grade MOLLE gear to suit the needs of everyday life and popularized its functionality to a global audience. Often imitated but never equaled, genuine Maxpedition gear is the benchmark against which others are compared, and it is trusted by special forces operators, law enforcement officers, adventure travelers and prepared citizens around the world. In 2018 and upon the foundation laid by its Legacy and AGR lines, Maxpedition builds the new Entity series of concealed carry products, further strengthening the Maxpedition brand umbrella of tactical carry solutions. In 2018, Maxpedition celebrates its 15 year anniversary. The family-owned company is led by its founder, Tim Tang, and is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, USA

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