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Gould & Goodrich Adds Hidden Snaps to Duty Gear

October 20, 2010  | 


Each Gould & Goodrich accessory is hard-molded without foam to prevent breakdown.

Gould & Goodrich has added hidden snaps to its X140 Handcuff Case, X629 Double Magazine Case, X682 Aerosol Holder and X672 Flashlight Holder, according to the company.

Made from Phoenix Duty Nylon, the accessories are equipped with durable edge binding and no-shine snaps. Each is hard-molded without foam to prevent breakdown. The newly streamlined Phoenix Duty Nylon is now sleeker and more compact, allowing for crush-proof durability and a more professional appearance.

 

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Duty Gear @ 8/7/2012 12:23 AM

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