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Military clothing is designed to stand up to the tests of battle. To protect and support the elite operators who wear these items, average materials and designs won’t cut it. At TacticalGear.com, our military clothing is far above average. We’ve created a number of resources to make it easy to find what you’re looking for. Consult the clothing resources section to compare ABUs, BDUs and ACUs and the benefits of different uniform fabrics. You also can watch videos that breakdown the special features of military clothing. When you’re ready to shop, search for items by uniforms, compliance, brand or top-selling items. From boonies to base layers, we supply the most advanced military clothing on the market.
Top Selling Military Clothing
Military Clothing Resources
What are the differences between an ABU, ACU and BDU?
Uniform Fabric Guide
With so many options on the market, it can be hard to decide which to select! Lucky for you, we're here to help you make the right decision for your needs.
How To Care For Your Uniform
Extend the life of your uniform by washing and caring for it properly. Not sure how to do that? Follow our step-by-step guide.
The New Operational Camouflage Pattern for the Army Combat Uniform.
Uniform Comparison Chart
Each uniform is equipped with features that are mission-specific for the branches they serve. ABUs, ACUs and BDUs have distinctive characteristics that make them easy to recognize.
Popular Military Clothing Videos
Recent Military Clothing Reviews
One of the best combat shirts I have! The color is more of a grayish green than a true OD green on the sleeves but otherwise it is a really great shirt.
Great for working in trees
Reviewer: Julius O.
I own a pair of tiger stripe in the PolyCotton ripstop composition, in large. As far as for me, They're comfy for utilitarian, more stationary, or mounted activities. The fabric pattern/layout on the large is atrocious, it's a way to baggy around the saddle of the pant and feels like drag when I'm trying to run for long stints. But that's an advantage too, since that extra fabric allows more range of static positions, I find it easier to climb trees and stay in awkward positions longer. The combinations of heavy fabric and slack makes it great for more vertical motion, the reinforced saddle keeps twigs from gouging my hindquarters. Also the construction in general is straight up tough, it'll scuff up a bit but I haven't manage to tear into the stitching or fabric. The only downside within the large is the cut-pattern is that there's way too much slack for general use, I have a pair of mediums and they seem to fit more appropriately and in line for general use.
Reviewer: Larry McNown