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.
My new favorite shirt
Reviewer: Bill | Auburn, Alabama
Good fit, looks sharp, cool and comfortable. Wear it as a casual shirt or under body armor; do it all.
Reviewer: Bryan | palmetto fl
Well worth the money! I received this combat shirt a few weeks ago and it's awesome, keeps the heat of me better than and standard blouse with a plate carrier on, great quality durable would definitely recommend this to anyone semper fi
Nice fit, great look
Reviewer: Bard | Miami
I love the way this combat shirt fits - plenty of room in the shoulders, and sufficient "give" in the abdominal area. It appears highly-durable, and the nylon/cotton fabric suggests the shirt should maintain it's form/fit, even after multiple washings. Product is well-made, and quality is excellent. I wear a L/L (6", 195 lbs.); the L/R was too small, at least on me. I love the Multi-Cam Tropic pattern, too - it's very unique, albeit expensive, but worth the price. If you prefer a snug fit, maybe the M/L is a better choice (but with the L/L, I can still wear a breathable undergarment without compromising the combat shirt's movement/comfort).