Part of the Tasmanian Tiger® Undercover Series, the Tac Case is designed with a “civilian-look” but performs like a professional’s every day carry.
Miramar, Fla. (March 2019) – Tasmanian Tiger®, a tactical nylon line of products distributed exclusively for the U.S. market by Proforce Equipment, Inc., carries products designed for security professionals in performance and function, but have a civilian appearance. One such product is the TT Tac Case, a shoulder bag designed for Tasmanian Tiger’s Undercover Series.
This lightweight, rugged shoulder bag conceals a MOLLE strip under the lid for attaching equipment or accessories. The shoulder strap, with padding for comfort and rubberized on the underside to stay put, is also size adjustable and detachable. The Tac Case can be comfortably carried with its durable, reinforced handle.
Organization for any professional is key and the Tac Case doesn’t compromise. Besides the MOLLE system for organizing a holster and magazine pockets, there is a removable organizer. There is a zip compartment on the back and a zip-up front compartment with the removeable organizer. The front flap is held secure by quick-release and hook and loop closures. The Tac Case is well padded to provide protection to laptops or other sensitive gear.
The Tasmanian Tiger Tac Case is made from rugged CORDURA® 700 Den T-Square Rip cloth and measures 17” x 11” x 6” and weights just 44 ounces. Available in Black or Carbon with an MSRP of $159.00.
About Tasmanian Tiger®:
Tasmanian Tiger®, a division of Tatonka GmbH, is an international brand founded in 1999 to provide user-design driven nylon products to elite warfighters and law enforcement in Europe and Asia. From prototype to production, all products are manufactured in the company’s own facilities, thus ensuring a consistently high level of quality throughout the production processes. All products are quality checked prior to leaving the facility and checked regularly by independent international test centers. Tasmanian Tiger brand of nylon gear will be available in the U.S. beginning in 2019. Published in