Why is your logo Sasquatch/Bigfoot?

It’s simple: whether or not you believe he’s alive somewhere out there, Squatch is the ultimate survivalist. He’s a humanoid who can go into the woods with nothing, live off the land, survive the elements, and rarely leave tracks. He’s seldom seen, barely photographed, and never followed. Plus, he may be living in a Ghillie suit.

Why do you say “helping you survive?”

On the worst day of your life, we hope our product plays a role in your ability to survive.

What do you mean by “Made in the USA?”

We manufacture gear right here in the good ol’ U S of A. Every part to every piece of gear is made and stitched in America. We only produce in two states, one of which is Texas.

We’re committed to bringing business and manufacturing back to the U.S., where quality can be controlled more easily. When we can’t have American-made, we settle for companies based in the U.S.—especially ones in Texas.

Who would need a bug out bag at this price?

Ever had your bag break out in the wild? Maybe you were on a deer hunt, an elk hunt, a duck hunt, or a hiking trip. You probably remember that feeling of dread. Somehow you made it through with the tear in the bag, the broken strap, or the busted buckle. But when you got back to civilization, the company said sorry, we won’t repair or replace it. You promised yourself that you deserve better quality and a company who’ll stand behind their product. Well, we’re that company!

Our bags don’t quit. They’ve been tested and are in use by military units in the U.S., with a few around the world. We think you should have the same quality. Basically, we want to help you survive—just like we do for all those good folks fighting for freedom.

Why do I need body armor for my backpack or everyday carry bag?

Imagine you’re out in public and someone shows up and just starts shooting. You hear a zip, followed by the crack of the round as the first one goes by. Then, out of the blue, you’re knocked to the ground. You’re in pain, but breathing. You’re not bleeding like the people laying around you because the body armor in your bag helped you survive.

Who has used your bags?

Without violating any NDAs, our bags—including bags we private-label or make for the military—have been used by U.S. Special Ops forces, the USMC, state and federal law enforcement, and a few other countries.

How long does my product take to ship?

When we have the product in stock, it usually ships 48 to 72 hours after the purchase has been approved by credit card.

Do you offer discounts?

Yes, especially for military (worldwide), law enforcement (state and federal), and all first responders. We also offer a discount on any order of 10 or more bags. Email us to learn more!

Do you private-label items?

Yes, we will private-label some items. We’ll do it on small production runs of 10 items or more.

Can you design a ruck or bag for my company?

Yes, we can and have. (In fact, if you use tactical gear, you may have already had something sewn or manufactured by us!) We love to bring new bags to market, even if they’re not sporting our logo. Design and prototyping usually costs between $1500 and $3500 before full-scale production. Visit our Product Design & Manufacturing page for more info.

Why do you use Red Rock Outdoor Gear?

We chose Red Rock because of their no-B.S. lifetime warranty: if there’s a manufacturer defect, they make it right. That’s the kind of customer service we expect—and they deliver!