Tru-Spec was established in 1996 by the legendary military gear manufacturer Atlanco. The goal was to take Atlanco’s vast experience in the industry and use it to create versatile, rugged apparel designed specifically for tactical professionals. Its name stands for “true specifications.” The brand was inspired by the idea of meeting military specifications. Each product is engineered to meet strict standards, ensuring long-lasting performance from any gear branded with the Tru-Spec name. From military-grade uniforms to combat-ready bags, you can find the best Tru-Spec gear at TacticalGear.com.
Runs a bit long
Reviewer: Frank | A city in America
Fits good. The length is a bit long for an XL but nothing that can't be corrected. Will be helpful when doing the snow thing so the plows can see me. Not water proof but at least I wont get slammed by a plow this year.
Reviewer: Randy Nq | Waterford,Mi
Bought one of these when I'm out on the Harley, love it . It's also morphed into a photography gear vest. Best of both worlds.
Great & Heavy Duty, but Gets Hot.
Reviewer: Matt B. | Hereford AZ
I'd hate to rate it lower than 5, but the heat retension gets bad. Even the desert camouflage version gets very warm in the summer.Being made of 65/35 Poly/Cotton Twill instead of 50/50 NYCO rip-stop [or even 50/50 NYCO twill], it retains heat here in Arizona. However, in colder weather from November to February, Poly/Cotton is awesome, but any other time of the year, it gets muggy in these "Digital Battle Shirts" and "Digital Battle Trousers". However for relatively lightweight, soft but awesomely tough BDUs for airsofting or paint-balling i do recommend these because they don't tear easily. (Note this is not the official MCCUU coat, American Apparel makes those for Marines Only, if you want the legit MARPAT camo uniform, join the Marines and wear the uniform)
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