Tasmanian Tiger® Exhibiting at Two International Trade Shows in Germany

Tasmanian Tiger® will be displaying its new tactical nylon products for 2023 at Enforce Tac, Feb. 28 – March 1, as well as IWA OutdoorClassics, March 2 – 5, both in Nuremberg, Germany.

Tasmanian Tiger®, a tactical nylon line of products distributed exclusively for the US market by Proforce Equipment, Inc., will be exhibiting at several trade shows in Nuremberg, Germany this week. The first show is Enforce Tac 2023 for security and military professionals, to be held Feb. 28 – March 1, 2023. Tasmanian Tiger will be in Hall 9, Booth 9-247. The second tradeshow, the world’s leading trade fair for hunting, shooting sports, outdoor activities, and security, is IWA OutdoorClassics 2023, to be held March 2 – 5, 2023. Tasmanian Tiger will be in Hall 3, Booth 3-340.

For 2023, Tasmanian Tiger is expanding its range of tactical equipment for professional military and police. Several new backpacks will be on display, including the TT Medic Mascal Pack (Mascal = Mass Casualty), the TT Modular Tac Pack 28L, and the TT Survival Pack. The TT Medic Mascal Pack is designed for simultaneous first aid treatment of many injured persons when they cannot be treated individually immediately. For this purpose, the backpack features four IFAK pouches on the front for quick access, and the interior layout is designed to be stocked with materials for emergency operations involving many injured people.

TT Medic Mascal Pack

The TT Modular Tac Pack 28L, which can be equipped with modules, is also suitable for loading with more weight due to the reinforcement of the back system with a PP plate and an aluminum rail. For this purpose, it can also be supplemented with the sturdy TT Molle Hip Belt. The backpack has a main compartment with various mesh pockets as well as MOLLE hook-and-loop areas for individual equipment and MOLLE on the front pocket and sides.

TT Modular Tac Pack 28L

The TT Survival Pack is an escape and survival backpack for personal equipment. It comes with six interior pockets of varying sizes with transparent lids, a dual-sided rain cover (one side with stripes in warning orange), and a Tac Marker. Two hidden hooks can be used to attach plate carrier panels or other pouches. Simple shoulder straps, as well as carrying handles, can be stowed when the backpack is stored in vehicles.

TT Survival Pack

Enforce Tac 2023 brings together professionals from government agencies and decision-makers in the armed forces to display the latest technologies and weapon systems for security and military needs. Featuring an exhibit hall, workshops, and an area for attendees to try products, Enforce Tac draws exhibitors, attendees, and media from around the world.

For over five decades, IWA OutdoorClassics has developed into the World’s Leading Trade Fair for hunting, shooting sports, equipment for outdoor activities, and security. About 60 percent of the 19,517 trade visitors in 2022 came to Nuremberg from 110 countries outside Germany and about 80 percent of the altogether 854 exhibitors too. IWA OutdoorClassics offers an unparalleled international spectrum of products.

Click to see the 2023 Tasmanian Tiger New Items digital catalog here or the Vol. 3 Product digital catalog here. Find a local dealer here for any of the exciting Tasmanian Tiger products.

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About Tasmanian Tiger®:

Tasmanian Tiger®, a division of Tatonka GmbH, is an international brand founded in 1999 to provide user-design-driven nylon products to elite warfighters and law enforcement in Europe and Asia. From prototype to production, all products are manufactured in the company’s own facilities, thus ensuring a consistently high level of quality throughout the production processes. All products are quality checked before leaving the facility and checked regularly by independent international test centers.

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