Founded in 1993, SEALS Action Gear is now owned and operated by a team of veterans from the Canadian Forces and the British Special Forces, and has provided a wide selection of battle-proven and highly specialized tactical clothing and equipment to law-enforcement, military and security special operators. The company’s clothing and equipment has been proven under extreme field-usage in North America, the Middle East, South America, the Balkans, Africa and South-East Asia.
For the past several months, SEALS Action Gear has been prototyping and tweaking updates to several of their existing in-house designs, and producing them in PenCott-GreenZone® and PenCott-BadLands® camouflage patterns as well.
Tactical Field Smock
The version 4.4 of SEALS’ Tactical Field Smock is based on the classic SAS smock, but with an even greater load carrying capacity. Externally, there are four generous box pockets on the front of the smock, each secured with a flap and covered buttons, to prevent snagging. Internally, there are four more large pockets in the front, two of which can be reached through vertical covered zippers on the chest, while the lower ones can be accessed from the inside. There is also a large “poachers” pocket in the rear panel, with access from both sides. The sleeve pockets on the 4.4 model have been re-designed at the request of operators from Canada’s most elite unit and now feature a front vertical zipper as well as loop strips for ID patches.
The entire smock is designed to be loose fitting, for maximum mobility and for wear with a liner or over body armor. Double drawstrings at the waist and bottom provide adjustment, and the sleeves have a snag-free snap wrist adjustment at the cuff. A high collar and large removable hood, combined with a wind flap over the zipper, ensures maximum comfort in cold and windy weather.
The Tactical Field Smock in GreenZone® and BadLands® camouflage patterns is made from mil-spec quality 50/50 NyCo ripstop material woven and printed in the USA.