Since 1995, 911 Supply has proudly offered meaningful tactical gear to hard working Canadian professionals and adventurers alike, to optimize their performance when things are tough and they most need their equipment to work. Our experience and selection will help you prepare for what the world throws at you; whether you’re going out to the mean streets, the mountains, your backyard, or the other side of the world, you’ll have what you need.

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Monthly Dispatch October 2019

October 16, 2019

Since 1975, Crispi has been making uncompromising footwear for hunters and mountaineers. Today, Crispi’s perfect balance of innovation and experience have led to the ELITE Collection - The ultimate boot for military and law enforcement. ANKLE BONE SUPPORT SYSTEMThe A.B.S.S allows the footwear to contour gently around your ankle. This system offers outstanding roll protection even on the roughest terrain whilst supporting the ankle in all conditions. This also limits fatigue on the lower joints even after very long walks. ANATOMIC FIT SYSTEMThe Anatomic Fit System wraps the foot across its anatomical shape, developing long-lasting comfort, provides sensitivity for better control of the foot during extended wear. BOARD LASTING CONSTRUCTIONA mechanical process that wraps the comfortable and soft part of the upper to... Continue Reading →

Monthly Dispatch September 2019

September 30, 2019

CUSTOM SUPPORT FOR YOUR FEETWEAR-MOULDABLE & HEAT-MOULDABLE INSOLE TECHNOLOGY Your feet carry your weight every day. Putting your feet under stress by wearing the wrong footwear or carrying a heavy load every day can lead to foot pain, which can also result in knee and lower back alignment issues in the long run. One in 10 people seeks treatment for Plantar Fasciitis at some point in their life according to the Pedorthic Association of Canada. People who have Plantar Fasciitis often experience foot pain, usually concentrated in the heels, that intensifies as the day goes on. It is usually caused by straining the ligament that supports your arch. This is more likely to happen: • if you have excessive pronation... Continue Reading →