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Combat Shirts

The Combat Shirt Destination

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. The modern combat shirt boasts the same design in a multitude of colors and styles. There’s no need to sacrifice functionality for comfort with our combat shirts.

  • TRU-SPEC Combat Shirts
  • Condor Combat Shirts
  • 5.11 Combat Shirts
  • Arc'teryx LEAF Combat Shirts
  • Vertx Combat Shirts
  • Propper Combat Shirts

Popular Combat Shirt Videos

  • Condor Combat Shirt Gen 2 at SHOT Show 2016
  • TRU-SPEC TRU 1/4 Zip Combat Shirt
  • 5.11 Tactical Rapid Assault Shirt at SHOT Show 2014
  • Vertx 37.5 Combat Shirt at SHOT Show 2016

Recent Combat Shirt Reviews

    • TRU-SPEC Nylon / Cotton 1/4 Zip Tactical Response Combat Shirt

    • 4.0 star rating
    • Surprised by the material
      Reviewer: Zachary West

      2/6/2019

      I love this product. The other few Combat shirts I own have material that irritates or chafes the skin on the neck, shoulders and arms, but with this one I feel like I can wear it all on its own. It’s light, breathable, and the pockets can actually hold a good amount of items instead of being sewn into the arm and can maybe take a few sheets of paper. The reason that it’s a 4 and not a 5 is because the chest material isn’t to good at wicking away sweat, it kinda soaks into the fabric instead. It’s not bad material, it’s still soft and breathable, but it’s not exactly made for running for hours in.

The Combat Shirt Destination

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. The modern combat shirt boasts the same design in a multitude of colors and styles. There’s no need to sacrifice functionality for comfort with our combat shirts.