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.
Reviewer: Corey | Katy
Very durable and comfortable
Reviewer: terry | Waynesburg
Good, but not great
Reviewer: "Dragon" Recon | Vernon
The fabric has held up fine. In active use since October 2014 to Jan. 2015. Main zipper broke the other day during training. Tailor had it fixed in a few seconds with a new YKK zipper. Pocket zippers hold up fine so far. Bit tight on the elbows, but that's what you should expect in this type of uniform.
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