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Recent Tru-Spec Reviews

    • TRU-SPEC OCP Uniform Coat

    • 4.0 star rating
    • Almost like military issue
      Reviewer: CMonzon

      11/16/2018

      Overall it is very similar to what is found in the Uniform Shop on base. The weight of the material is somewhat more thin and lighter. Stitching on Velcro is slightly different. Biggest variation is the small Velcro tabs on tops of each shoulder. The Velcro is on both sides of the ends of the tab (military version only has it on one side) and the reflector under those tabs is not present (making this technically not serviceable for wear) Overall it is sufficient if you had half a set of OCPs but clothing sales stopped letting you buy the remaining items due to AAFES distribution plan didn't include your base (even if it is stocked).

    • TRU-SPEC 24-7 Series Simply Tactical Cargo Pants

    • 5.0 star rating
    • Waist size a factor
      Reviewer: Paul Curs

      11/16/2018

      Excellent quality. Waist size did not have as much give as I needed, so returned for another brand. Love the TRU-SPEC pocket arrangement. So many of these tactical pants would be better if they had odd sizes as well as even sizes (a few brands do.) This site is a real fine company to deal with.

The TRU-SPEC Headquarters

TRU-SPEC’s name stands for “true specifications” and 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. The TRU-SPEC brand has provided public safety professionals and military personnel with quality, functional apparel since 1996. But its roots in the military and tactical field run much deeper. Its parent company, Atlanco, started as a military surplus distributor in 1950. As surplus supplies started to run out, the company manufactured its own Atlanco brand of tactically inspired clothing and equipment in the 1980s. With TRU-SPEC, the company doubled down on its mission to arm elite operators with the most advanced, reliable equipment and apparel on the market.