Combat Systems was founded in 2015 under the patronage of TF Corp Ltd., as the successor of the popular textile company Combat Shield, which origin dates back to the year 1993, and in 2021, Combat Systems became fully independent.
Their employees therefore possess nearly 30 years of experience with processing of industrial fabrics, and with designing and manufacturing of personal equipment and garments for armed forces.
The core philosophy of the company is the high quality manufacturing using only the very best available materials, so that products can serve their users for as long as possible. achieving this with the help of highly experienced co-workers, who form the backbone of the company.
All products undergo a long-term testing and are developed in a co-operation with active serving members of armed forces, and they try to incorporate this experience and immediate feedback from using the products into their next development.
When manufacturing products, combat systems uses exclusively only the MIL-SPEC polyamide Cordura fabric with Invista fibers from American producers Brookwood Companies, Colorworks and Kenyon Industries. Single color variants are sewn from Solution-Dyed sheets, when the fabric is made from already dyed threads. Compared to usual Piece Dyed technique, this fabric manufacturing process offers a greater color fastness with a lesser number of defects on a single roll. Materials originating in the USA are ensuring 100% color compatibility with products manufactured by other world-renown tactical gear makers.
Plastic components and accessories that combat systems uses are made by the American company ITW Nexus. This company is regarded as one the leaders in the field of injection molded polymers. All plastic components made by ITW Nexus are solely produced in the USA and thus are the guarantee of MIL-SPEC quality and at the same time the guarantee of color compatibility with other manufacturers.
Linear fasteners or velcro patches that we use in our company are made by Velcro. Similarly to ITW, Velcro could be regarded as the leader in its field, and their products are 100% produced in the USA according to strict MIL-SPEC standards and thus color compatibility with other fabric and webbing manufactures is guaranteed. In production, aside from regular single color linear fasteners, we use fasteners printed in Multicam camouflage pattern or special double-faced One-Wrap velcro.
During the manufacture of military grade technical textile they could not make do without straps. In Combat Systems they are using a wide variety of straps made by the American producer Murdock Webbing Company, which also develops straps according to their requirements. Straps made by this company are characterized by their extreme tensile strength, which can reach up to 2700kg, and by their outstanding longevity.