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Recent TRU-SPEC Reviews

TRU-SPEC Scorpion OCP 1/4 Zip Combat Shirt

5.0 star rating On the fly Purchase.

Needed something quick, got from a team mate. If you havent been there in it dont judge. Fit was as good as ever better than issue. After the same crap for 14 hrs it held up to the carrier and belt. Bought one for myself and replacement after 3months in still holding up.

by PaPaBear

TRU-SPEC BDU Basics Pants

3.0 star rating You Get What You Pay For!

I saw the price and thought, well this is worth looking at. So I read the reviews and though I was good to go. They are long in the crotch, so if you pull them up to fit in the crotch they will be above the navel. So I let them down to fit at the natural waist and the pull tabs on the sides to tightened them up, sometimes they stay and most time the don't. They would be great in the winter, but not summertime BDU weight. And as others have said, the zipper is nice but that button above it is a pain in the thumb and other fingers. Even pulled up as high as possible they are too long by about 4 inches. And yes I read the the size chart well, I'm 69 and a US Army vet. and know how pants Should fit!! I like the company but will have to look at a different style pant. Can't recommend even for the price. When I was active duty, we wore fatigues that actually fit and later in the National Guard it was BDU's. Really roomy, but at least the side pulls stayed in place. Sorry guys!!

by Buckshot69

TRU-SPEC 24-7 Series Eco Tec Knit Camp Shirt

5.0 star rating Excellent product

Perfect cut wear outside pants

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by steven m

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.

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