Hunting and Tactical Clothing Company

Inspired by characteristics of the Boerboel, a South African dog breed, our Camo and Kalahari Ranges offer the perfect blend between reliability and intelligence.

Boerboel Wear is a proudly South African developed and manufactured brand envisioned by three passionate entrepreneurs.  The main objective was to develop a range of camo, outdoor and leisurewear that incorporates high-tech fabrics and patterns which blend seamlessly with South African and other international hunting landscapes.

Condor Outdoor Products is a mirror to Mother Nature’s great avian. Working each and every day to make our war fighters the most efficient they can be in whatever task they take on at theater or home.


As our product line expanded, the demand for function focused gear instead of general storage became more prevalent and as the War on Terror started we could not keep up with the demand for our products.


From here we've expanded from camping vests to tactical vests, and expanding the product offering to equip war fighters, law enforcement, and hunters with quality and affordable gear.

Kryptek provides combat proven features which are designed for ultra-high performance technical and tactical outdoor adventure apparel.

Kryptek products are continuously tested and proven in austere combat environments along with extreme hunting conditions. Constant improvement and feedback are implemented into future designs with the end goal of providing our products to outdoor adventures who demand the utmost in quality and overall performance in their gear.


It's 1989.

Bicycle enthusiast Michael Eidson, is competing in the "Hotter'N Hell 100." And that's exactly what it is: a 100-mile road race in the grueling summer heat of Wichita Falls, Texas. Water is vital to surviving the race, and there are few places to refill a water bottle. Eidson, an emergency medical technician by trade, decides to fill an IV bag with water and slip it into a white tube sock. Yes, a tube sock. Then he stuffs the contraption into the back of his bike jersey, throws the thin hose over his shoulder and clamps it with a clothespin.

Hands-free hydration is born. And Eidson is able to drink as he pedals...while the other racers laugh and fiddle with their water bottles.