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Tru-Spec Introduces Xtreme Tactical Uniforms

September 15, 2010  | 

Photo courtesy of Tru-Spec.

A new line of Tru-Spec TRU Xtreme uniform components features a uniform pant, uniform shirt, combat shirt, and vest created with Cordura brand lightweight cotton/nylon, designed to be worn separately or together.

The tactical response uniform pant and shirt are made with 50/50 nylon cotton rip-stop with SuperFabric external knee and elbow pockets. A tri-pocket on the lower left shirt sleeve has a document window for displaying ID as well as slots for pens and pencils. The combat shirt features a 60/40 cotton nylon baselayer body with 50/50 nylon cotton rip-stop sleeves and a tunnel system for alternating the tri-pocket from left to right arm.

The vest, designed to fit over the combat shirt, is also made with 50/50 nylon cotton rip-stop and features bellowed chest pockets and a pencil stall.

The breathable, no-melt baselayer material wicks away moisture while shielding against flash fires and reducing burn injuries. All components come in a variety of sizes and are available in Black, Khaki, Olive Drab, Navy and MultiCam.

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