Daniel Defense Launches Online Merchandise Store

posted on May 21, 2020

Daniel Defense has made it easier for fans to connect with its brand with the launch of a new Daniel Defense online merchandise store. The outlet includes a variety of branded apparel and merchandise that will appeal to the company’s customers and loyal enthusiasts.

“We’ve been blessed to create a great brand with great fans over the years and are now pleased to offer them an easy way to purchase a wide selection of hats, shirts, jackets and other great DD items,” said Daniel Defense President & CEO Marty Daniel. “We hope they have a great online experience shopping at the store and promise to provide the great customer service we’re known for.”

Products in this online store are designed to allow Daniel Defense fans to carry the brand they love and bring excitement to their daily lives. Featuring a waterproof performance jacket with three heat-sealed zippers to protect you and your belongings, a 1/4 zip fleece brushed on the inside for comfort that’s perfect for any season, hats and tees with unique designs to showcase passions like “Don’t Tread On Me” and “Thin Blue Line,” and even more apparel and accessories that deliver an authentic look and feel to Daniel Defense enthusiasts. Shoppers can opt-in to receive regular updates featuring exclusive specials, discounts and promotions directly through the site. Whether at the gun range or relaxing at home on the weekend, the new line of retail merchandise is designed to be a part of their everyday experience. 

Daniel Defense is a family-owned and privately held firearms manufacturer located in Black Creek, GA. Founded in 2001 by Daniel, the company began by creating custom rifle accessories for his personal rifles, but has grown into one of the most recognizable brands in the firearm industry. So head on over to the online store. There just might be something to your liking. 


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