Where do I begin?
For almost the past year, we’ve been working on updating our website to better serve you. We finally went live with the new site last week, and we’re so happy to be able to make that announcement!
New site features include:
- Real-time inventory tracking. Your purchases are automatically subtracted from our inventory count.
- Wish list. Start tracking your birthday or holiday list and send it out to friends and family!
- Buy and use gift cards online.
- Express checkout: Don’t want to create an account? You don’t need to!
- International checkout!
As always, most orders over $50 ship free, and you can still count on our web team’s exceptional customer service.
Take a look around the new alsarmynavy.com!
It’s been awhile since we posted, *stretch* but our hibernation is over now.
There’s just over one month standing between you and Christmas, and before you know it, that month will be long gone and an empty tree will be staring you in the face, so let’s get gifting, shall we?
Most of these stuffers cost less than $10, so they can be complimentary to any applicable “main” gift, or just as a nice little gift for a male acquaintance.
It’s that time of year again! Fall is in the air, Halloween is right around the corner, and we’ve come up with a few costume ideas that you can find here at your local Al’s Army Navy Store! Continue reading
Rothco, Magnum and Bates boots are considered among the best boots available. Have you ever wondered about the evolution of boots? How did we go from animal straps and leather thongs to modern day footwear for military, police officers and outdoor enthusiasts? Continue reading
Which tactical pant is the best one for me? That question is asked a lot in our stores. We have created this comparison to help you with choosing the best tactical pant for your unique need. Continue reading
Ok, more than a few. More like seven. Continue reading
When I lived in rural MA as a child, I knew the ins and outs of New England wildlife and could survive on acorns and wild berries if I needed to (never did, thank goodness). Now, I live in FL, and as an adult, I’ll die out there if left alone for too long. I know the basics of what to stay away from, like gators and black widows, but I can’t tell a Coral Snake from a Scarlet Kingsnake, and God help me when it comes to distinguishing which plant life is edible. I simply don’t have the affinity for Floridian ecology that I do for the forests of New England. So, I stay in the densely-populated city of Orlando, where you’ll be hard-pressed to find an abandoned road or plot of land. Even then, emergencies happen. This is a traffic-congested metropolis, and someone, somewhere, will be run off the road and into a ditch or retention pond.
There was a rash of those incidents a few years back, prompting me to finally put together a vehicle survival kit. It’s really basic, but I’m always on the lookout for stuff to add. Continue reading