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Tru-Spec Microfleece Liner / Jackets
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100% Polyester Microfleece Zipper Front 2 Pocket Design Drawstring Waist With Cord Lock Elastic Cuff Closures Nylon Lining This item can be worn with Gen I and Gen II Tru-Spec parkas Velcro does not come sewn onto jacket
Reviews: Tru-Spec Microfleece Liner / Jackets
Reviewed by 11 customers
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Comfortable and lightweight
Reviewer: Mark | Harrisburg
Very nice jacket, I use this in the early mornings on the range and it is a very a comfortable jacket, It is light weight enough to wear in the warmer weather until it warms up. It has enough room that when it starts to get cooler I'll be able to wear a layer underneath it.
Great Price !!! Quality!!!
Reviewer: Jesus | Glendale, California
Excellent quality for the price! The weight of the fleece is on the light side but it provides excellent protection from the weather done to 55 degrees for me. Can be used as a liner with parkas. I am very happy with the quality. The fleece is strong and does not shed. For 23 bucks! You can't go wrong. Looks great too! Fit perfectly for me.
Good for the price
Reviewer: Jason | Tuscon, Arizona
I normally wear Medium/short ACUs, so I ordered a Large/Regular jacket, Fits just right. The wrists are a bit tight, need to loosen them some. String at waist would be better if elastic. Other than that not bad.
Great price for lightweight liner
Reviewer: Michael | South Dakota
Size is good for everything but length.... sleeves are pretty short. Velcro for rank is on the other side than what is pictures on the site... which is good for AF folks getting theirs now that the are approved outergarments.
Reviewer: Nicola | St. Louis, MO
I bought this Liner to wear it with the Gen II ECWCS Parka. I wear a Normal Regular and so I ordered a N size. Sleeves are a little short and the general cut too. When worn alone, it's warm enough for moderate cold weather and the shorter cut doesn't represent a big issue. The problem comes when worn with the parka. My Normal size Liner is shorter than the Normal size ECWCS Parka. This make the combination of the two a little tight to wear. The price is good, but for the same price you may find better liner, lighter and warmer (e.g., Propper APCU Level III Pullover).
Nice fleece. Short arms.
Reviewer: Casey V. | USA
I purchased the Tru-spec micro fleece in coyote. I purchased Large. I'm usually a Large/Long in military sizes. I also purchased the Tur-Spec Gen-II parka in as well. The Jacket fits fine in Large. The jacket cuffs are at my wrists with my arms extended fully outward in front of my body (probably comparable to a Large/regular - Large/Long in military sizing. The fleece however is very short. With my arms fully extended, the cuff goes up about halfway from my wrist to my elbow. It feels like a Large/short.
Just beware sizing with the fleece.
The rest of the fleece is great. They shipped the fleece with the military patch pile unsewn so I didn't have to remove it. Although if you want those patches on the jacket, that's bad news for you. The fleece is warm. The zippers seem very durable and it easily zips into the Tru-Spec Gen-II parka.
Tru-Spec Micro Fleece
Reviewer: David M | USA
Bought a Tru-Spec Micro fleece Jacket Liner, for my spouse, to wear with her School's ACU (Uniform).
She has been exceeding satisfied with it. Only constructive that she has made to date, is that the item is a Uni-Sex Design, and as such, is not exactly fitting to her form.
Atlanco may have started as a small, regional distributor of military surplus items, but it would eventually grow to be one of the leading clothing manufacturers in the industry. Although the company continued to buy and sell military surplus, the Atlanco brand became known throughout the public safety sector. In 1996, the company's leaders realized the need for an ambitious, functional approach to military and law enforcement apparel. They created Tru-Spec. The name displays its commitment to only producing gear and apparel that meets U.S. government "true specifications" of utilizing mil-spec fabrics. Designed to perform, Tru-Spec is trusted by operators throughout the world.