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High Speed Gear’s® new Adaptable Belt Mount (ABM) attachment format offers a sturdy, belt-width adjustable, anti-slide application for mounting HSGI® products to a belt. This attachment method uses a strip of durable, vinyl-backed 1000D Cordura® nylon laminate and … Continue reading
Tourniquet TACO® The TQ TACO® answers the popular demand for a versatile tourniquet pouch. This pouch is built with durable 1000D and 500D Cordura® and features an adjustable, removable cover strap, which also serves to partially eject the tourniquet … Continue reading
Good Morning Loyal Customers! Thank you for your patience and understanding as the High Speed Gear Facility was hit during the past week by hurricane Florence.The HSGI Operations team is up and running working to fulfill orders.The Sales and … Continue reading
HSGI’s 2018 catalog is now available for download. This catalog lists all available HSGI® gear as of the start of 2018, with an updated version slated for midyear. Click the image below for the digital download.Made in the U.S.A.
Swansboro, NC (August 2017) – High Speed Gear, designers and makers of the 100% Made in the USA, Battle-Proven Tactical Gear™ have a job opening in their Swansboro, North Carolina facility. The position is for an Operational Mid-to-Senior level Team … Continue reading
HSGI manufacturers exceptional high performance tactical nylon. The company has been building an authorized dealer network to make HSGI products more accessible adding convenience for their customers. Use HSGI’s dealer locator below to find a store near you … Continue reading
My search for that illusive “universal” magazine pouch was not unlike the search for the Holy Grail. It seemed, or so I thought, finding a solution that could accommodate a variety of magazine types, securely hold them in place and … Continue reading