Southern Cross Cut Gear
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Impact Zone Enhanced Southern Cross Line

Posted on September 18, 2016 at 3:40 PM


As one of the oldest cut gear companies around, we have had the benefit of seeing nearly 20 years of wear and tear on our gear. For the past three years we have been taking in old gear on trade. Many have asked us why we do this and now we can give you that answer. Aside from helping out our loyal customers, we have been creating a log of literally thousands of hog hits on these vests. All scrapes and tears that we believe to be a characteristic of a hog cut, have been recorded and then entered into a digital representation of our vests. This data has allowed us to precisely pinpoint the areas on our gear that are most likely to receive a blow from a hog. We have already taken the results of this data and implemented them in our Southern Cross line of vests. For the past year all new production Southern Cross “Full”, “Catch” and “Strike” vests have been beefed up with “Impact Zone Technology”. What this means is that in addition to the already tough layer of coated military grade Kevlar and water resistant polyfelt that is sandwiched between two layers of true 1000D mil-spec Cordura, we have added a second bi-layer of Kevlar to the high impact areas. This means double the protection where it counts, while adding little more than an ounce to the overall weight. While other companies would surely charge extra for this added protection, we have been providing it the past year at no increased cost and will continue to do so. This project has been all about how can we make our products better and keep dogs safer all while passing on absolutely no price increase to our customers. We have achieved this by reinforcing one of the most trusted lines of cut gear around by creating the “Impact Zone Enhanced Bi-Layered Southern Cross Line”. Keep your pack out of the vet and by wearing the best… Southern Cross Cut Gear

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