Are you ready for your backcountry adventure?
When you hear 5.11, you might be thinking “tactical,” and you wouldn’t be wrong … but did you know that 5.11’s roots are actually in mountaineering? The company’s founder, Royal Robbins, named the first pair of pants he designed after the Yosemite Decimal System, which is a way of describing the relative difficulty of different climbs. There are five general classes of climbs; the decimal describes how tough it is. 5.11 is basically turning those speakers up past 10, to 11.
And as long as you’re taking the gauge from 10 to 11, you should probably tote a firearm tough enough for any hazard you’ll encounter in the backwoods, like a Magnum Research Desert Eagle. In this video from 5.11, you’ll learn the basics of what you need to be safe and ready for everything the outdoors has to throw at you…including some hazards you may not have considered.
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