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April 01, 2009  |  by - Also by this author

Fechheimer

Fechheimer's CoolMax uniform shirt is made of a 9.5-ounce 65/35 polyester/CoolMax blend. CoolMax channels moisture from the skin through to the surface of the shirt where it quickly evaporates, keeping you drier and cooler. Features include a seven-button placket front with optional concealed zipper, pleated pockets and scalloped pocket flaps with Velcro closures, and sewn-in military creases. It's available in LAPD blue and white.


Fechheimer CoolMax Uniform Shirt

Fabric Composition: 9.5-ounce 65/35 Polyester/CoolMax

Pockets: Pleated pockets and scalloped pocket flaps with Velcro closures

Closure: Seven-button placket front with concealed zipper

Colors: White and LAPD blue

Sizes: XS–4XL

Other Features: Sewn-in military creases, convertible sport collar with permanent collar stays, full badge sling

Price: $55.99

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Fechheimer Six-Pocket Poly/Cotton Twill Trousers

Fabric Composition: 65/35 poly/cotton twill

Pockets: Quarter top pockets, cargo pocket on right side with hidden cell phone pocket inside cargo pocket, tab on left hip pocket

Closure: Zipper

Colors: Black, dark brown, LAPD blue, OD green, silver tan, spruce green

Sizes: 28–56 regular; short rise 28-40 even

Other Features: Exclusive "Intellidry" moisture management with StainSmart 3, exclusive Freedom Fit II waistband with two-zone stretch comfort or Freedom Flex waistband, Lintrak creases for neater appearance

Price: $62.95

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