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Elbeco Introduces First Responder Shirt

July 11, 2018  | 

Elbeco First Responder Shirt - short sleeve (Photo: Elbeco)
Elbeco First Responder Shirt - short sleeve (Photo: Elbeco)

Elbeco Inc.'s new First Responder Shirt is made to be every security and law enforcement officer's new go-to comfortable shirt, featuring the company's premium poplin fabric with DTX fabric treatment for stain, soil, and moisture repellency. Approved by the Philadelphia Police Department, this casual yet professional design offers a comfortable and functional alternative to the daily duty uniform shirt.

Additional Features and Benefits:

  • 65% Polyester/35% Cotton Poplin Weave
  • Banded dress collar with internal stays on long-sleeve shirts
  • Convertible collar with internal stays on short-sleeve shirts
  • Flat pockets with mitered flaps and functional button closures
  • Badge eyelets with internal support strap secure metal badge in place
  • Functional shoulder straps for mic attachment
  • Adjustable cuffs on long-sleeve shirts
  • No creases
  • Long-sleeve shirts have front placket
  • Short-sleeve shirts have plain front
  • Straight yoke
  • Pearlescent buttons
  • DTX fabric treatment for stain, soil, and moisture repellency
  • Machine washable
Elbeco First Responder Shirt - long sleeve (Photo: Elbeco)
Elbeco First Responder Shirt - long sleeve (Photo: Elbeco)

The First Responder Shirt will be available at authorized Elbeco Dealers in Fall 2018, offered in blue and white. For more Information, contact your local sales representative at 800-468-4654 or visit

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