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Tactical Uniforms

March 01, 2009  |  by - Also by this author


BlackHawk Products Group is introducing several new additions to its Warrior Wear line of apparel. All will be available in April 2009.

The TNT (Tactical-Non-Tactical) pants are for those individuals who need the same performance of the BlackHawk Tactical Pant but with a more discreet look. These pants are made of TNT performance material, which is lightweight, water and stain resistant, and still highly abrasion and tear resistant. The TNT pants are styled to be office-appropriate but, like their Tactical Pants counterparts, have built-in features that allow the wearer to move comfortably. The TNT pants accommodate the BlackHawk CQB Rigger Belt and other belts up to 1.75 inches wide. Available in a clay color.

Available in both long- and short-sleeve versions, BlackHawk's new Lightweight Tactical Shirts are constructed from a durable 5.1-ounce poly/cotton ripstop material with a DuPont Teflon DWR (durable water-resistant) finish that resists stains and dries quickly. A mesh panel on the inside collar and mesh pocket bags increase ventilation. There are plenty of features for carrying items such as hidden zipper pockets and a Media Player pocket on the upper-left shoulder. Available in khaki, black, navy, or olive drab.

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