Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Surpra x Rothco Collab Part II

The second release of our collab with Supra is out now! The two new shoes "The Vaider" and "The Cuba" were released this week feature familiar camo patterns with a unique twist. 


The Vaider
The Can’t See Me Vaider is a durable high top shoe featuring a woodland camo printed canvas upper. The Skytop was designed with skateboarding in mind. With a vulcanized construction for board feel and a cushioned footbed for comfort and impact support, this iconic shoe is completed with a black and white camo outsole for extra flair.





The Cuba

The Rothco x Supra Cuba Can't See Me Camo Skate Shoes features a dual camo construction, these skate shoes are half woodland camo and half city camo, with a contrasting white sole. Vulcanized construction, as well as dual-density insoles, offer optimal skate performance, board feel and overall comfort. Step up your shoe game and step into a pair of Rothco x Supra Cuba Can't See Me Camo Skate Shoes.



The entire collection of the SupraXRothco Collaboration can be found at Zumiez

Friday, September 14, 2018

UNVEILING THE ROTHCO SOFT SHELL CONCEALED CARRY ANORAK PARKA

Feast your eyes on the New Soft Shell Concealed Carry Anorak Parka – arriving fall 2018! This tactical inspired design was created for all firearms with the simple idea of "Easy Access." The Soft Shell jacket features dual side zipper concealed carry waist holster access points and kangaroo pass through pocket access. The Soft shell also features a waterproof outer layer accompanied by a fleece inner layer, a large chest pocket and two shoulder pockets with loop fields. The Soft Shell Anorak will be available this Fall for all dealers, for now check out the video above and get ready! 


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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Travel Wisely with Rothco's #GOTM


With well over a dozen pockets, the Uncle Milty Vest is the ultimate travel companion. Doing everything a backpack can do, and more, the vest can hold all of your travel gear and keeps it close to you, making sure it's all secured. There are even pockets on the inside of the vest, perfect for keeping important documents and even a cell phone out of plain sight. Rothco's Uncle Milty Vest is also extremely comfortable and durable; designed to be worn all day long.

So whether it's your next fishing trip, vacation, or even just a quick run to the store, leave the backpack at home and grab your Uncle Milty Vest.



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Friday, September 07, 2018

Be Prepared with Rothco

September has been named National Preparedness Month by FEMA and Homeland Security, giving people the opportunity to learn and understand the different ways to prepare themselves for disasters. One of the best ways to make sure you and your family are properly prepared for anything that comes your way is to make a plan and be ready. A Bug Out Bug, also known as a 72 Hour Bag or a Go Bag, is a great way to ensure that you have the supplies you need ready and in one place, in case a disaster strikes. Below we've listed some essentials items to pack into your go bag to maximize your chances of survival:

  • Polarshield Survival Blanket - Helps you keep warm by reflecting 90% of your body heat and can even add protection from the elements.
  • Tarp or Survival Tent - Shelter is your #1 priority during any disaster; keep something you can set up temporarily to protect yourself until you can find a more permanent place.
  • Fire Starter - Fire is essential to survival, not only does it provide warmth but you can use it to cook food and even help purify water if needed.
  • Emergency Lighting - Solar lights are great additions to your BOB as they will use the sun to charge and some even come with a USB port to charge your electronic devices if you don't have access to electricity.
  • Ponchos - Keep a poncho or two in your bag, as these can help you stay dry in the rain and could even be used to create a makeshift shelter if you had no other option.
  • Compass - Although cell phones have a built-in compass nowadays, it's important to keep an actual compass with you in case your phone dies and you need to figure out which direction to go in.
  • Duct Tape - Durable and versatile, having duct tape with you is ideal as it can be used to fix gear, patch holes in tents, and more.
  • First Aid Kit - Injuries can happen during a disaster so pack a fully stocked first aid kit so you can be prepared.
  • Knife - Whether you need to cut up so branches for kindling or you need to use it for hunting, a knife on hand will be essential if you are fending for you and your family in the woods.
  • Emergency Food - If you find yourself in a place where you can't forage for food, having a backup plan is important. Keep emergency food in your BOB so that you can feed yourself and your family while you are on the go.  

Disasters don't plan ahead, but you can. Build your bug out bag today and keep it in a safe place. You will never know when a disaster can strike and it will be important to have a plan in place for when it does so that you can keep your family safe. 

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