By: Eam On a whim I bought an XL of the older version about a decade ago. I thought it looked decent and might be useful. I then smashed it. I wore it out field and overseas. Rolled up in its own hood, I'
By: Kris " Light " is a key word. Upon opening the jacket smells a little strange but has the usual awesome SORD quality feel about it, having worn it for a few hours it's a great outer garment
An awesome outer layer
By: Kris One of my favorite sayings is live with what you have in your pack, fight with what you have in your webbing, and survive with what you have in your pockets, well with this bad boy you can pretty much
By: Jim C I'll start off by confirming that I haven't purchased this particular base; however, for those budding trainees panelled for a Sniper Cse in an ARA Infantry Bn, the building of a Yowie is a mi
By: Adam I use it mainly for hunting and it works perfectly. The cargo space allows me to carry all my required hunting sundries. The back pocket is big enough to carry a fleece hoody allowing for use over a g
By: Andrew Coleman The Sord Smock is a very well designed outer layer. I should state from the very beginning that I am not a member of the Defence Forces, so my purpose purchasing the Smock was for general hiking/bush-
Great quality, poor design.
Quality made field pants - I can't fault the fabric or stitching, and the reinforced knees contribute to how long these pants can last. There are also a a variety of pockets, including multiple ma
By: J.H I've been running these for about 18 months now, they're very well constructed (as is ALL SORD gear), well thought out and have not torn or worn any holes in yet, the only gripe I have is the
By: Will Tutt I've had a few Bush hats of different brands. A kitbag one, 3 platatac ones, a crye precision one, I have the good issued one cut down a bit, but this hat is by far the best. Wore it in Tully, bes