Rockgardn Now Available in Canada

Armor News

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Body armor and off-road outerwear company Rockgardn Sports Inc. of Camarillo, California announced that they have completed the establishment of their new Canadian distribution and order processing facility in Delta, BC.

“We know that we’ve had demand in Canada for some time now, but faced a problem. The larger Canadian distributors already represented competitive brands, and the smaller distributors didn’t have the resources to carry our entire line. It got to the point where we realized that the best way to service our Canadian customers was to just go ahead and establish our own presence.” said Mark Carlton, Rockgardn’s president.

“We’ll now be in a much better position to broaden our customer base, and keep our current Canadian customers happy. Consumers can purchase directly online at www.rockgardn.ca, and we’ll be able to service and grown our brick-and-mortar dealer base as well. We’re really excited about getting more of our products out in the field, and really ready to go toe-to-toe with the other brands out there.”

For more information about Rockgardn’s Canadian operations, contact:

RockGardn Sports Inc.

www.rockgardn.ca

604-628-0399

 

source: Mark Carlton



Comments:

  • Anonymous says:

    You know, RockGardn stuff looks freaking sweet and offers great protection. BUT, every piece of RockGardn gear that I’ve bought FALLS APART and doesn’t last.

    They need to use better quality materials and start using better/stronger stitching techniques.

    My shorts are coming apart after half a season (I had to go in and re-sew them) and the plastic buckle broke on them as well.

    I’m on my second (AND LAST) pair of carbon Fate gloves because they both have fallen apart. I had to stop wearing the second pair because the carbon knucle was giving me chronic pain in my hand.

    I sent them a Email and NEVER heard back from them.

    I’ll never buy another RockGardn product again.

  • Anonymous says:

    you know dude – you are pretty right on about that – my fate gloves started to un-stitch about a month after buying them – and well – they didn’t fit well either – so – and my armor had a similar issue – i’ve not bought any RG stuff after that either.

    but i do like how the forarms on the safety jacket come off – i’ve run just those for a long time and though some of the stitching has come out they work damn well.

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