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Tac Dry Rain Shell

Company: 5.11 Tactical

January 03, 2011


The Tac Dry Rain Shell is a water-resistant, breathable, 100 percent nylon jacket with a releasable side seam for fast access to a sidearm. A storm flap and removable hood rolls into the jacket's own collar. Imprintable, pull-out ID panels stow away or detach completely. Available colors include black, dark navy, and a black/charcoal combination. It retails for $129.99. SHOT Booths #10374 and #10376.

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