We featured the Rogue Dynamics Motto patch awhile back and got a great response from it. We love everything that Rogue Dynamics has done and continues to do and we are excited to now offer some of their patches in the shop.
For those of you who don’t know about Rogue Dynamics they are an awesome company run by Logan Rogue. In addition to being the owner of RD Logan is also a Cadre for GORUCK. Logan has been a supporter of ADR since the beginning and was the first person to try and promote us when we made our Facebook page. 1,000+ Facebook fans later and I still remember Logan shooting that message over asking what he could do to help. Not only does Rogue Dynamics put out some awesome stuff but they’re run by one of the nicest and most supportive people I know. Thanks brother for all you’ve done for us and hopefully some day the favor can be returned.
For now you can pick up the following patches from RD In the ADR shop. All of the descriptions are courtesy of the RD online shop.
The original rogues wore these on their sleeves overseas but since returning wear them under the flap on uniform pockets. Show your desire to bust out of the norm with this woven tab.
Rogue Dynamics Motto
Rogue Dynamic’s simple motto of The beaten path is for beaten people on a red, white, and blue embroidered patch.
Colt Classic Patch
“God made man but Sam Colt made them equal” so the saying goes.
Some things stay fun over the years and the classics are classics for a reason. Enjoy your old time favorites with the Colt Classic 2″x3″ Velcro patch perfect for your ruck or tac hat!
Colt 1911 Classic Patch
“An armed society is a polite society” – Robert A. Heinlein
The 1911 is an icon of handguns and the desire to defend. Celebrate that fact with the Colt 1911 Classic 2″x3″ Velcro patch perfect for your ruck or tac hat!
We felt like there was a distinct lack of of intelligent bad assery in our line up and that was something we could not abide. With that we bring you Memento mori patch!
Popular belief says the phrase originated in ancient Rome: as a Roman general was parading through the streets during a victory triumph, standing behind him was his slave, tasked with reminding the general that, although at his peak today, tomorrow he could fall, or — more likely — be brought down. The servant is thought to have conveyed this with the warning, “Memento mori”.
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