Men’s (and Women’s) Gear

Uniformed officers need more than regulation shirt and pants for a complete uniform. To be duty-ready, you need quality gear, and Go Tactical has it.

Gear for On- and Off-Duty

We’re not exaggerating when we say Go Tactical has everything uniformed officers need for duty…and recreation. Our selection of equipment covers everything from duty belts and the items attached, such as:

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  • Handcuffs, keys and pouches
  • Personal carry firearms and holsters
  • OC and OC cases
  • Batons
  • Flashlights

Our equipment selection also includes a wide variety of firearm accessories, including cases, ear and eye protection, cleaning equipment, sights and scopes, etc.

But that’s not where our product selection ends. We carry bags, tactical electronics, watches, gloves, covers and much more.

Unlike other tactical gear suppliers, the concierge team at Go Tactical is knowledgeable about all the products we carry. We can help you compare brands to ensure you get the performance you need at a price point you can afford plus product education to ensure that the item you select performs as expected. (When gear is available in difference specs for men and women, we ensure female officers get the gear best suited for them.)

Getting Agency-Compliant Gear

When you visit our Albuquerque showroom to get gear for duty-use, we can ensure that you get gear that meets your agency’s specifications. We have uniform and gear profiles for most public safety and law enforcement agencies in New Mexico.

Gear Returns

In the event that you get the wrong gear, Go Tactical allows returns. Our policy is simple: we accept unused items in their original package with receipt within seven days of purchase. We cannot accept returns of customized items, such as body armor or embroidered apparel.

If you purchased your gear online, you do not have to visit our store for returns. Please contact us for return shipping details.

Go Tactical carries all types of gear to complete men’s uniforms.

Outfitting America’s First Responders