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Tru-Spec Adds MultiCam Black Pattern to Tactical Response Uniform Selections

December 11, 2013  | 

Tru-Spec has added the MultiCam Black pattern as an option for its Tactical Response Uniform, specifically designed to meet the unique needs of law enforcement officers operating in high-risk environments.

The MultiCam Black pattern, developed by Crye Precision and DURO Industries, projects a distinctly authoritative presence appropriate for domestic operations. The pattern is designed to complement officers' existing equipment, while presenting a sharp, professional image for the top-tier law enforcement units.

MultiCam Black will be available in the Tru-Spec high-tech Tactical Response Uniform (TRU), constructed with Cordura NYCO fabric, designed to provide durability, comfort and No Melt, No Drip thermal performance. The TRU Shirt, TRU Pant, Quarter-Zip Combat Shirt, and Contractor Cap will be available in the new MultiCam Black pattern as part of the initial launch.

“Tru-Spec is thrilled to partner with Crye Precision, DURO Industries, and Invista’s Cordura brand team on such a special product, which was the result of over two years of intense development,” stated Tru-Spec vice president of marketing, Darrell Jacks. "MultiCam Black truly is an innovative and exciting approach to the apparel our first responders are currently wearing. We want to offer our tier-one law enforcement units a line of trusted apparel that matches their performance in ensuring our safety."

"The MultiCam Black pattern is now available through selected TRU-SPEC dealers.

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TRU-SPEC is now one of the leading suppliers of uniforms and personal equipment to the military, law enforcement, and public safety markets, according to the company.

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Tina Ingle @ 12/13/2013 8:39 AM

Enjoyed working w/ TRU SPEC on launch of Multicam® Black in their new TRU!
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Bman @ 12/14/2013 8:08 PM

This will sound mean but multicam black is purely for fashion. It has extremely little concealment potential and is simply meant to be tacti-cool. I hope agencies will not embarrass law enforcement as a whole by spending a bunch of money jumping on this bandwagon.

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