For our latest web site design project, we integrated a new shopping cart for the Portland area’s best canvas shop, Seven Seas Canvas. The shopping cart is simple, clean and functional just like the pieces Seven Seas Canvas produces.
Chris Calvert of Seven Seas Canvas has developed a line of tactical gear, and this stuff is seriously top notch quality, guys. I’ve seen his work on countless projects over the years and the guy leaves no detail to chance. He’s used the professional sewing skills acquired during his time in the Navy to create a tactical gear that any dude would be stoked to get as a gift.
Here’s a little more information about Seven Seas Canvas’ new Snake Eater Tactical Gear from their web site:
These products are specially designed for individuals who spend extended periods of time in the field– from the hunter who spends three days tracking an elk, to the professional operator who spends months at a time in hostile environments.
The Snake Eater™ product line includes bags, utility belts, thumb-break magazine pouches, large capacity magazine pouches, chest rigs and more. Check back often as we are continually adding new and improved gear.
Every inch of Snake Eater™ gear is over–built and reinforced for rough use.
All webbing is attached by Box-X stitches, not with the normal bar tacks you see on standard gear. Box-X stitches spread loads better, and are much more durable. All fabric is 1000 Cordura, and we use only mil-spec webbing and buckles, that are made in the USA. Only #8 and #10 YKK Derlin tooth zippers are used. These zippers are heavy duty and will stand the test of time. All seams are double sewn or top stitched with FF thread. Standard-issue military equipment is sewn with nylon E or F thread.
The Snake Eater™ product line is designed to be useful and versatile, yet remain simple. We believe in designing everything to have multiple purposes…this enhances the utility of your equipment, without adding equipment. The extensive use of PALS webbing adds to the utility of all products.
Click here to see the brand new Seven Seas Canvas shopping cart on their web site, and keep in mind it may be March, but Father’s Day is fast approaching – better get your orders in now!
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