At ARKTYPE, we designed the ARKTYPE Dashpack to fit most MOLLE/PALS gear, and also be compatible with the older generation ALICE gear as well.
Click the link below to read more about attaching Modular Pouches to the ARKTYPE Dashpack.
The Dashpack is built with a unique, no-dangle shoulder harness design. The shoulder straps are free of loose hanging straps to maintain a clean, sleek look while being worn.
For some users, this is a new method to adjust the shoulder straps. This is a simple instructional guide on how to adjust the Dashpack's shoulder harness.
Click on the Read More link below for the full instructions.
This is a quick reference guide for tying the paracord pulls for the zipper pull cables, PMK pulls, and camera wrist strap pulls. All three use the same modified hitch knot method to install.
Click on the Read More link below to see the full detailed instructions.
Assembling the ARKTYPE Silencer is quite simple. Here's a short guide and reference manual to get things set up.
See the PMK / RMK operating instructions by clicking on the Read More link below.
In developing our Masterkey, we experimented with many different materials to find the best metal to craft our multi-tool. We wanted a high strength and tough metal that would hold up heavy everyday use, but also lightweight and cost-effective. In addition, we wanted to make sure that the black coloring/laser etching would not rub off over time.
Attaching our Paracord Camera Strap to your camera is pretty straightforward. However, there are a few different ways to do so. Here's a quick reference guide on the various methods.
When we set out to make our Riflesnap keychain (and upcoming products), we wanted a material that was strong, abrasion + water resistant, color consistent, and made in America. Many designer keychains we used before, while stylish and sleek, had frayed and faded color after moderate use. We wanted to make sure our products would withstand the rigors of a busy urban commute.
At ARKTYPE, we're always looking to find ways to streamline how we carry, travel, and go about our daily lives (check out our story here).
The Mission Log is where we document our journey as we develop new products. Here, we share a behind-the-scenes look prototyping, sourcing, and field-testing. Join us and tune in to our future posts!