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SHOT Show 2012 – Hazard 4

Hazard 4 had an impressive showing of new bags, apparel, and accessories at this year’s SHOT Show.

Poncho Villa

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The Poncho Villa is made from a water-resistant, breathable softshell fabric with 100% waterproof seams throughout. It has large Velcro panels on the front and back for agency identification, as well as smaller panels on the shoulders and head-back. Large perimeter grommets allow the Villa to be hung as a tarp. A generous fit easily encompasses packs, bags, head wear, and other gear, and side snaps and a front to chin zipper allow the wearer to close the edges and neck in severe weather. The entire poncho fits into its own vented front pocket for storage.

Colors: Coyote/Black

Evac_Take Down

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The Evac_Take Down is a sling pack specifically designed for carrying AR-15 style rifles with barrel lengths up to 18″ when separated into the upper and lower receivers, as well as short, folding stock rifles and sub-guns. It’s hydration bladder compatible (up to 100 Oz./ 3L) with a trap door pass for a hydration hose, and PALS webbing throughout allows for attachment of additional pouches. One large pocket with a Velcro floor offers easy access while the pack is worn on chest. Multiple external pockets and pouches allow for additional storage of essential gear. Other features include internal mesh/zip pockets, large grab handles, a short zipper section on top for radio antennas and other long objects, and top/bottom compression straps.

Colors: Coyote/Black

Combat Skin-Diver

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The Combat Skin-Diver is Hazard 4’s take on the wet shirt. It’s constructed from 2mm rubbery-neoprene for the chest area, 1.5mm neoprene for the abdomen, back, and arms, and Lycra armpits. Velcro panels are present on the arms and chest for name tapes and modular patches. A front hem loop is present to prevent rising when tied into a swim trunk string. Total blind stitching throughout for flat seams and no chafing.

Colors: Black

Combat Base

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The Combat Base is Hazard 4’s take on the classic ‘rash guard’ shirt. Constructed entirely from UV-Protection Lycra, it features Velcro panels on the arms and chest for name tapes and modular patches. A front hem loop is present to prevent rising when tied into a swim trunk string. Total blind stitching throughout for flat seams and no chafing and a comfort-cut pattern for no underarm binding.

Colors: Black

Broadside Pouch

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The Broadside Pouch is a medium-sized pouch designed to expand the carrying capacity of the other MOLLE-compatible Hazard 4 products. It features tough coated Cordura construction with an abrasion-resistant bottom and rear MOLLE attachment straps. Side PALS webbing offers an additional attachment point for smaller pouches, and front area Velcro panel allows for attachment of modular patches and I.D. The zipper features opening assist tabs and a wind flap to help keep unwanted weather out.

Colors: Coyote/Black/MultiCam/A-TACS

Flip-Pouch

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The Flip-Pouch is a modification of the traditional flapped pouch, with the addition of a fast-access draw-string top gusset with lock button and an accordion front pocket. It features tough coated Cordura construction and rear MOLLE attachment straps. Side PALS webbing offers an additional attachment point for smaller pouches, and front area Velcro panel allows for attachment of modular patches and I.D.

Colors: Black/Coyote/MultiCam/A-TACS

Badger

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The Badger is a patch badge attachment point/organizer. The front facing Velcro panel is perfect for attaching all manner of modular patches and I.D., while the back features an elastic pen loop and 3 micro-mesh and holders that’ll fit two credit cards each. Although it comes with a neck lanyard, a 1″ Velcro strap also allows the Badger to be attached to a belt or woven through PALS webbing with ease.

Colors: Black

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2 Responses to “SHOT Show 2012 – Hazard 4”

  1. JP says:

    So tired of tactical product companies using the reverse flag incorrectly. Same goes for dickwad PSS contractors on their ball caps. You’d think they’d know, especially if they were former active duty. “Oh, the troops wear it reverse on their right sleeve, so reverse must mean war time!” Just gives the impression that they don’t have a clue on something so fucking basic.

  2. Justin says:

    Was going to comment but JP beat me to it. I don’t get it either. I know they make that patch, and give them credit for wanting to make products to help soldiers/contractors and show it off at SHOT, but there’s nothing right about putting it on everything improperly.