Best things happen in the shower.  Wait, strike that.  The best ideas come while you’re taking a shower… No, sorry.

Well, there are some cool things that happen in the shower.  Among them is using your Tactical Ass Scrubbing Kit or T.A.S.K. by Fight and Flight Tactical.

Yes, contrary to a popular notion of fight or flight when sh*t hits the fan, for some high speeds, fight and flight are one and the same.  And when you end up having to wash that sh*t off after a hard day’s work, T.A.S.K. is on point with getting the job done right.

Made from a nylon and mesh outer that exfoliates better than some metrosexual loofa, TASK is functional enough without being fluffy.

The premise is simple.  It’s a pocket that fits a bar of soap, lathers and scrubs at the same time.  Don’t like bars of soap?  Just squeeze your favorite freebie hotel body wash into it, and it’s a sponge or a pre-workout.  I have been using mine for years, and was very bummed when I lost it.

While it was nice to know that some third country national was now smelling or hopefully using the wonder of modern hygiene, I reached out to the company and had a new one within about one week.  They even shipped it to the APO for free. 

So, when I saw my T.A.S.K. staring at me intently during a recent shower adventure, I though more people must know about it.  I also got kind of tired of being approached in shower tents by people whose hand I didn’t really want to shake at the time and being asked “Hey, what is that?..”

After clarifying they were referring to the Fight and Flight T.A.S.K., I figured we need to share the coolness.   But if you are already a loyal T.A.S.K. user like myself and missed the latest updates, I have some good news.  There is now a Back T.A.S.K., which incorporates some 550 cord to help you reach the dirty places you previously asked your battle buddy for help with.  There are still other ways to save water though.

Dave Watson is the brain and brawn behind Fight and Flight.  A hardened veteran of the big green machine (yes, that’s the US Army) Dave got his start like many other gear manufacturers – making sh*tty issued kit better on his own.  He’d be just the kind of guys to go with Spotter Up motto – Find a Way, or Make One.  Not to mention I hear he loves his coffee.

But if you think we’re only going to tell you about one product that cleans up your act better than a Catholic school ruler, you’re wrong.  Fight and Flight makes one-of-a-kind, functional warfighter gear.  He’s been known to help more than one cop shop get their beat on.  Gear such as the LLAMA, AKA Long-range Low-profile Adaptable-Mission Assault Pack .  It’s a truly scalable, modular pack with a solid performance record.  “Durable Gear for the Tip of The Spear” is clearly more than just a slogan to this disabled veteran small business.

I have never met Dave, so saying that a part of him is with me in the shower daily, is probably really, really wrong.  But I’ll do it anyway.  Because whatever T.A.S.K. you have in front of you, we are all about promoting hard –working, veteran-owned American business, and Fight and Flight Tactical.  You can get yours at (and only at, as far as I know)

Item comes in three colors: Coyote Brown, Black and also Tan for $9.95

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I received this product so I could test it and give my honest feedback. I am not bound by any written, verbal, or implied contract to give this product a good review. All opinions are my own and are based off my personal experience with the product.


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About The Author

Rob has been in public service for some 17 years, holding several specialized assignments, and becoming a law enforcement and emergency services instructor. He has 10 years in the military and currently serving as a reservist, fire team leader and medic. He enjoys learning, writing, doing grunt work, and helping other vets in need. To further that goal, they started Grunt’s BBQ and Easy Company. A future mobile chow hall, coming to an AO near you.

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