Now a battle-tested staple, the combat shirt didn't exist until the early 2000s. It was developed as part of an Army initiative known as the Objective Force Warrior program. The program aimed to find innovative solutions to soldiers' uniform and equipment issues. One of its main accomplishments was the lightweight, moisture-wicking combat shirt. The aggressive camouflage sleeves still offer maximum durability and concealment, but the torso is made from breathable, thin material that keeps you cool and comfortable.
Great MILSIM shirt
Reviewer: Guardian | Denver
When I received my Khaki/Sand combat shirt, there was a small hole in the soft fabric, but I was able to sew it back up. This shirt is a must if you're an active MILSIMer or any kind of simulator. It is the most comfortable shirt that I own and it just looks great. The arms are a little big on me ( I'm 6 foot 1 inch) with a medium, so make sure to compensate. The forward angled Velcro steps look a little goofy when the sleeves are rolled up, but it isn't bad at all. I love this shirt I hope you will too!
Reviewer: Aaron | Chicago
Great top; however, the t-shirt part is a mediocre (quality-wise) material (probably because it's meant to be worn with a ballistic vest).
Tactical Air Rescue
Reviewer: jeff | Tucson,AZ
Best Product around with the arizona desert heat,it helps protect me from the sun and able to put my GPS unit and cellphone in the hidden zippers and an area for pens and notebook pad.Would recommend to all agencys.
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