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OCP Gear Resources

  • OCP Uniform Buyers Guide
    From coats and pants, to accessories and boots, we outline OCP uniform components that are approved and ready for battle.

  • How to Choose Military Boots
    With so many options to choose from, finding the right pair of military boots can be tough. Luckily for you, we’re here to help.

  • What is APEL Eyewear?
    Soldiers can’t wear just any sunglasses — their eyewear is strictly regulated. Make sure your shades are on the Authorized Protective Eyewear List.

  • Extended Cold Weather Clothing System
    When the line of duty takes you into the freezing cold, you need the right uniform clothing to keep you warm. Check out everything you need to know.

  • U.S. Military Uniforms
    From OCPs and NWUs to classic battlefield apparel, learn everything you need to know about old and new United States Military uniforms.

  • How To Roll Your Uniform Sleeves Camouflage Out
    Learn how to roll your uniform sleeves camouflage out so you can stay within regulations and keep cool & comfortable at the same time.

Recent OCP Gear Reviews

Mission Made Crew Neck T-Shirts (3 Pack)

4.5 star rating Solid Light Weight Protection

Looking for alternative to UA, as T shirts seem to get "goobered" up pretty fast - whether garage ops, cleaning bench, or out in yard, grilling, or on the range. Not completely the same material, but wicking, and similar enough to help make it a "go to" and save my UA T shirts for "unique" occasions.

Verified Buyer

by Frogman

Reebok 8" Floatride Energy Tactical Boots

0.5 star rating Disappointed

I was looking for safety toe boots of a tactical/military style to wear for work, hiking, camping, etc. I saw the zip side option, but have heard too many bad opinions about zip side boots, so I chose the option without zip side. I didn't realize there is no safety toe option without zip side, so this boot will not suit my needs, and I had to return it. I inspected the boot and was also disappointed about the foam sole. A foam sole may be comfortable for vertical impact, but does not hold up under lateral forces, nor is it durable for off trail/rough country hiking, or for heavy use during work. It's only good for walking or running on relatively easy surfaces. I avoid any boot that has a foam sole. A good footbed will afford all the comfort needed without compromising the durability of the sole. This boot is more of an athletic shoe than a military boot. It only seems tactical in appearance. Otherwise, the upper portion of the boot seems to provide a good range of motion, while providing comfortable support.

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by James

Condor MOPC Modular Operator Plate Carrier GEN II

5.0 star rating Very comfortable

It’s very comfortable and snug, as well as pretty nice to workout in.

Verified Buyer

by William F

Mission Made Hellfox Gloves

3.0 star rating Stitching fell apart

Over the years I have purchased more than one pair and consistently the gloves worn through and or the stitching has popped out. The large fit is great and I only used them to take out my trash cans. Disappointed.

by JAKE

The OCP Gear Destination

TacticalGear.com provides the most complete selection of OCP gear authorized for wear with the OCP Uniform for both Army and Air Force. The new OCP uniform includes boots in coyote brown (coyote 498). Undershirts and belts are a slightly darker coyote tan (tan 499).

The Army has yet to incorporate OCP with its Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment (OCIE) so there is no requirement for these items to be the same camouflage pattern as the uniform being worn. This includes cold-weather gear such as fleeces, soft shells, and the Extended Climate Warfighter Clothing System (ECWCS). Any item normally issued from the CIF is permitted for wear, with no restriction based on camo pattern or color.

Learn more at the U.S. Army website here and here, or at ArmyTimes.com.