**CLOSED FOR APRIL - REOPENING MAY 1st**
*READ THIS REGARDING AVAILABILITY*
As our demand for Custom packs has outgrown our production capacity, we have decided to start limiting Custom orders each month. At the beginning of each month we will stock a limited number of Custom Carltons, Octothorpes, and Octo-Hauls (Custom Toolboxes will remain unavailable for the time being). When the threshold for a given month has been reached we will turn Custom ordering off for the remainder of that month. At the beginning of the following month we will again restock a limited number of Custom packs. You can follow us on social media for updates or check the website for availability.
*ALTERNATE SHOULDER PAD COLORS*
Though we have shifted to offering only solid black, grey, and tan shoulder pad colors, we still have a limited inventory of some alternate colors. Click here to see the remaining inventory. If you would like one of the alternate color combos, please email us after your order has been placed with your first, second, and third color preferences. If none of your preferences are available we will default to the color you've chosen at checkout - solid black, grey, or tan. Several colors are very limited, so we will accommodate requests in the order that they were received.
CUSTOM COLOR PROGRAM
The following tells you everything you need to know in order to design your custom color pack. Streamlining the ordering process is the only way in which we are able to keep the upcharge for custom packs reasonable. It takes an incredible amount of extra energy to create a custom pack so please respect our time and we will respect your wallets. Here is a rundown of the guidelines you need to know before you start the ordering process (please excuse all of the DO NOT's but they are necessary to keep this program going):
We’ve designed our packs to be as light, durable, and waterproof as possible, so we utilize 3 different fabric weights to achieve this goal: 200, 500, and 1000 Denier Cordura. 200 Denier Cordura is used for the liner, or inside of the pack, and is the lightest, most water resistant of the fabrics (but has poor abrasion resistance). 500 Denier Cordura has good abrasion and water resistance, is a medium weight, and is perfect for the majority of the pack. 1000 Denier Cordura is the heaviest, most abrasion resistant of the 3 Corduras and is utilized for the lower portions and bottom of the pack.
Therefore, there are 3 choices when it comes to picking fabric: the liner, the upper, and the lower portion of the pack.
Here are some things to keep in mind when building your custom colorway:
NOTE ON ZIPPERS