MiliTactical Launches Tactical Backpack Website

MiliTactical has created an online store for tactical backpacks, and is celebrating the launch with giveaways to vloggers and youtubers, helping them spread the word about their great products.

Lumberton, United States - July 17, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —

MiliTactical has today launched a website helping people source the best tactical and military backpacks for use in outdoor pursuits. These tactical backpacks come with many advantages, and are increasingly being used as bug out bags by survivalists who want to be prepared for anything. The launch of the e-commerce store is being accompanied by a free giveaway to bloggers and YouTubers in exchange for content featuring their products.

The site features a huge range of different bags, including tactical backpacks, alice packs and combat packs, military duffels, concealed carry bags, military tool bags and even tactical laptop bags. The broad range of products available has been designed to ensure customers can source the best bug out bag for their needs.

The blog also features actionable information on what to include in a bug out bag, to help people shop for the essentials they will need in case of a large-scale emergency. The blog breaks down what is needed, what isn’t, and how to compose all the elements from lightweight solutions to ensure maximum mobility and convenience.

To celebrate the launch of their site, MiliTactical is willing to give away any of their bags to bloggers, vloggers and influencers in exchange for videos packing the bags down with their favorite bugout inventory. The videos will serve as reviews, promotion and inspiration for audiences.

A spokesperson for MiliTactical explained, “MiliTactical is thrilled to be launching an official website for people to source the very best bug out bags, camping and hiking bags, and more. The tactical backpack is the ultimate resource for carrying equipage of all kinds through challenging environments, and these products are becoming more popular than ever. We want to be the first port of call for anyone seeking a tactical backpack, which is why we are keen to get the word out through online influencers. We look forward to taking requests from bloggers for their free bag very soon.”

About MiliTactical: MiliTactical is a veteran owned business that specializes in rugged and durable tactical & military bags for training, hiking, camping, survivalists, preppers and more. The website has been launched to create a one stop shop for survival equipment, and is regularly updated by a committed team of sales representatives with the latest and best gear. The site also features a regularly updated blog with useful content and inspiration.

Contact Info:
Name: Steve Jacobs
Organization: MiliTactical
Phone: 1-855-895-1895

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