Propper Awarded New Army Boot Contracts

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ST. CHARLES, Mo. -(Ammoland.com)- Propper International has won two new contracts to supply hot weather boots to the United States Army and the Afghanistan military.

The new three-year contract was awarded by the Defense Logistics Agency after an extensive bidding process.

The boots will come in two colors: tan for the US Army and black for the Afghanistan military.

The contracts, totaling just over $48 million, will run through fiscal 2020. The boots will be manufactured in Propper’s Puerto Rico facilities.

“The new boot contract extends Propper’s five-decade commitment to those who serve,” said Anderson Ward, SVP of Global Supply Chain Operations for Propper. “We are proud to continue the long-standing tradition of supplying our fighting forces with dependable and rugged gear.”

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Propper has proudly supplied the US military with uniforms and gear since 1967. Today Propper is the country’s largest supplier of ACUs and BDUs.

 

About Propper:

Propper is celebrating 50 years in business in 2017. Making tactical gear with a purpose has been a way of life for Propper, since their first U.S. Navy contract in 1967. Today, Propper designs and manufactures tactical clothing and gear that keeps military, law enforcement, and public safety professionals protected whether they’re in the service, on the job, or off for the weekend.

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Puerto Rico is a US territory. It is part of the USA although not a state. If it were a state it would cost the government much more to support it. I feel it is important that Puerto Rico remain part of the USA . Puerto Rico needs jobs in business to be self-sufficient as opposed to a sinkhole for the US government to support. It is also vitally important strategically in the Caribbean area. I have no problem buying products from them before I would ever buy from China and Indonesia or other foreign Third World countries

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Gerald Barber

Like the USA don’t need jobs ! If you look at some of the clothes there made in China and it’s wrong that our military has to pay for Chinese clothes! Anyway you look at it it’s wrong PR or China not right!

Indy Jones
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Indy Jones

It says they’re going to be made in Puerto Rico, which is part of the USA…

Cea
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Cea

It may be a territory, but it isn’t the USA!

Mike Murray
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Mike Murray

Saying that doesn’t make it true. You have a firm grasp of unreality.

Wild Bill
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Wild Bill

@Cea and Mike M, I don’t think that Puerto Rico is even a territory. I think that PR is a possession of the US and the people are nationals of the US (as opposed to citizens), as I recall.

Indy Jones
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Indy Jones

Well look, products made in PR are 100% berry compliant. You could argue jobs could go TX or AZ or any other state, but that’s just opinion. These boots are in fact 100% made in the USA

Wild Bill
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Wild Bill

One could also observe that if we did not send some work there, the they would come here, and you can not stop a national of the US from coming into the US proper.

Cea
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Cea

Are they made in the U.S.A. ?

Cea
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Cea

Oop’s! I see that they are in fact, not!
That is just wrong!

Gerald Barber
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Gerald Barber

I feel it’s wrong that our military clothing is not made in the USA ! This should be proposed at time of contact! Our uniforms and anything to do with the US Military should be made by Americans!