OfficerStore.com Adds BlackHawk Tactical Performance Apparel
January 26, 2012
BlackHawk's Performance Polo.
OfficerStore.com recently added more Blackhawk apparel to continue meeting the demands of Law Enforcement professionals, including Performance Pants and Warrior Wear polos, tactical shirts and pants.
Performance Pants are constructed of durable, wrinkle-, and fade-resistant 8.5-ounce cotton canvas. Warrior Wear Lightweight Tactical Apparel is made with a lightweight, water-resistant and breathable, fast drying poly-cotton ripstop, developed and fashioned for hot weather use.
Warrior Wear Performance Polo Shirt is constructed of 100% polyester fabric with antimicrobial treatment. Among the features are a flat-knit collar with anti-roll inserts, raglan-style sleeves with gusseted underarms to provide a full range of motion. There are no seams on top of the shoulder for more comfort with shoulder-carried gear or body armor.
The Warrior Wear Lightweight Tactical Shirts are available in long sleeve and short sleeve. These shirts are constructed of 5.1-ounce poly-cotton ripstop fabric. Features include secure concealed compartments for valuable items.
Warrior Wear Lightweight Tactical Pants are constructed of durable 6.5-ounce 65% polyester, 35% cotton ripstop fabric. Features include reinforced hems on the leg cuffs and hand pockets. The angle-cut pockets have a flat edge for clip-on knives. A large hidden zipper pocket behind the right hand pocket gives the wearer more secure storage.
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