Army Combat Uniform Shirt – Built for battle, Our Durable Army Combat Uniform Shirt has been made to a near Mil-Spec (Military Specifications) design. Designed for combat and comfort, the uniform shirt is made with a durable ripstop material construction. The mandarin style collar aids in protecting your neck from chafing while wearing body armor. The dual front slash chest pockets and shoulder pockets allow you to store your everyday essentials while on the go. On the front of the shoulder pockets are loop fields, which allow for flag patch attachment. For protecting your elbows in the event of striking or falling, the military shirt features elbow pouches so you can insert your own elbow pads (elbow pads sold separately). The front chest of the combat uniform shirt includes three loop fields for attaching name tape (right), branch tape (left), and rank insignia (center). Designed with a pleated back, the tactical shirt provides the wearer with a greater range of motion so you can complete tasks with ease. Our Army Uniform Shirts are made to near Mil-Spec standards.
- Uniform Shirt Offers Both Durability And Comfort With A Rip-Stop Material Construction
- Mandarin Collar Design Aids In Protecting Your Neck From Chafing While Wearing Body Armor
- Dual Front Slash Chest Pockets Allow You To Store Everyday Military Essentials
- Each Shoulder Pocket Features Loop Fields On The Outside For Attaching Flag Patches
- Insert Elbow Pads In The Elbow Pouches For Protection When Striking Or Falling (Elbow Pads Sold Separately)
- Lower Left Sleeve Includes A Pen Pocket
- Name Tape Loop Field Located On The Right Chest
- Center Chest Includes A Loop Field For Rank Insignia
- Branch Tape Loop Field Located On The Left Chest
- Right Hand Zipper Front Closure With Flap Cover
- Adjustable Hook And Loop Wrist Cuffs Can Be Used To Tighten For The Perfect Fit Or Cinched Over A Pair Of Gloves
- Pleated Back Allows For A Greater Range Or Motion While On The Move
- Uniform Shirts Are Made To Near Mil-Spec Standards
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