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SIR VEYOR
12-13-2015, 03:20 PM
Hi All,

I'm looking for some help. I know Drop Zone closed up shop, but does anyone know where their stock went or how to reach them?

I'm looking for one of their less common sellers, so I'm hoping it might still be around as NOS.

http://www.dropzonetactical.com/clothing/tactical-mitt-system/tactical-mitt-system.php

FlyingHigh
12-13-2015, 04:59 PM
I have no idea about the Drop Zone stuff but you did ask for alternatives;

Not so much a system, but check out the Heat 3 gloves. They're not cheap but they're one of the best on the market for ECW (Extreme Cold Weather) gloves. They have a version where the finger tips have silver lining so you can still run a touch screen while wearing them. Definitely on my list of gear to buy.

http://www.theheatcompany.com/en/gloves/heat-3-smart

coastal
12-13-2015, 07:43 PM
I have no idea about the Drop Zone stuff but you did ask for alternatives;

Not so much a system, but check out the Heat 3 gloves. They're not cheap but they're one of the best on the market for ECW (Extreme Cold Weather) gloves. They have a version where the finger tips have silver lining so you can still run a touch screen while wearing them. Definitely on my list of gear to buy.

http://www.theheatcompany.com/en/gloves/heat-3-smart

Oh those are sweet. Dear Santa....

jwirecom109
12-13-2015, 08:08 PM
I have no idea about the Drop Zone stuff but you did ask for alternatives;

Not so much a system, but check out the Heat 3 gloves. They're not cheap but they're one of the best on the market for ECW (Extreme Cold Weather) gloves. They have a version where the finger tips have silver lining so you can still run a touch screen while wearing them. Definitely on my list of gear to buy.

http://www.theheatcompany.com/en/gloves/heat-3-smart


Thanks Cause i didn't spend enough yet this year....

SIR VEYOR
12-16-2015, 12:10 PM
Not so much a system, but check out the Heat 3 gloves. They're not cheap but they're one of the best on the market for ECW (Extreme Cold Weather) gloves. They have a version where the finger tips have silver lining so you can still run a touch screen while wearing them. Definitely on my list of gear to buy.

http://www.theheatcompany.com/en/gloves/heat-3-smart

Thanks for the info. The price is actually pretty good I think. Fingers are just as valuable as boots. How much are good boots? Especially when flexible fingers mean a lot for getting things done. I think Drop Zones was higher.

I'm currently running a few different types of gloves and wearing in sometimes odd combinations to keep things moving along. Heat3's have some really good points, but durability I'm not sure about yet.

And I can't find the name now, but a "non-heated" set from Arcterx was supposedly cold weather rated and could pick up a dime.

Given the number of Edmonton small business people around here, I thought I might hear about Drop Zone. Everybody seems to be well informed normally.