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Duty Uniforms

April 01, 2009  |  by - Also by this author


DutyMaxx is Elbeco's latest line of uniform trousers and pants. The 75 percent polyester, 25 percent rayon fabric can stretch up to 14 percent for maximum comfort. Fluid repellent, the garments offer UV 40+ to protect the wearer and prevent fading. DutyMaxx will soon be available in even more colors.

Elbeco DutyMaxx Shirt

Fabric Composition: 75 percent fiber stretch polyester, 25 percent rayon tropical weave; 14 percent fiber stretch

Pockets: Pleated pockets, scalloped flaps, hook-and-loop closures; pen opening in left pocket and pocket flap

Closure: Buttons; removable button feature on navy style only

Colors: White and navy

Sizes: Neck: 14.5–18.5, 19, 20, 22; Sleeve: 32–35, 36/37

Other Features: Badge eyelets with internal support strap, double-pleat sleeve construction for added mobility, permanent military creases, cross-stitched shoulder straps, extra long tails stay tucked in, long sleeve fused collar with permanent stays, short sleeve convertible collar

Price: $32–$36

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Elbeco DutyMaxx Trousers

Fabric Composition: 75 percent fiber stretch polyester, 25 percent rayon tropical weave; 14 percent fiber stretch

Pockets: Extra-deep quarter-top front pockets, two back pockets; button tab on left pocket; pants also available with two dual compartment cargo pockets, including hidden zipper behind and inverted pleat pocket underneath flap using hook-and-loop closure.

Closure: French fly

Colors: Navy, OD green

Sizes: 28–38, 40–58 even

Other Features: NANO fluid repellency technology, UV 40+ protection, new DutyFit waistband

Price: $50–$60

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