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Search Result: Duty Jackets

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Elbeco Pioneers Reversible Soft Shell Jacket for Law Enforcement

February 24, 2016
Elbeco has launched the Shield HiVis Reversible Soft Shell, which the company says is the first in the industry. It's a combination of Elbeco's Shield HiVis Soft Shell and Shield Performance Soft Shell – to result in one dynamic product.

Police Product Test: Dickies Tactical Softshell Jacket

December 31, 2014

What I would consider a medium-weight jacket, Dickies' Tactical Softshell is the perfect weight for a range of winter weather conditions.

Police Product Test: Forum Industries Patrol Jacket

April 15, 2014

Forum Industries is doing some wonderful things with Gore fabrics and its latest line of protective duty clothing is nothing short of impressive. My example was the company's R521 Windstopper Patrol Soft Shell in the "IKE," or above-the-belt cut.

Police Product Test: Insight Tech-Gear Arcturus Light

September 1, 2008

The Arcturus carries on the legacy that Insight Tech-Gear has built over the last few years. I like the light and carry it daily; I can't give it a higher endorsement than that.

Outfitting the Officer

July 1, 2008

Read on for the newest uniforms, outerwear, and casual wear for law enforcement.

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