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Uniform Accessories: Underwear

May 28, 2013

These five pairs of underwear give officers an often overlooked yet essential uniform accessory. View our other uniform accessory galleries covering duty belts and socksPhotos courtesy of vendors.

Base Layers

November 21, 2012

With their advanced technologies that make them perfect for use under body armor to wick moisture and prevent chafing, and as an added layer of warmth, base layers have become standard equipment for law enforcement. Photos courtesy of vendors.

ColdGear UA Base 3.0 Crew

November 30, 2011
Built of 95-percent seven-ounce polyester and five-percent Elastane, Under Armour's thermal Base solution including the 3.0 Crew is ideal for maximum warmth in extreme cold.

Police Product Test: Under Armour Valsetz and Speed Freak Boots

October 24, 2011

POLICE Magazine reviews Under Armour's Valsetz and Speed Freak lightweight boots, Vortex Optics' Viper PST 2.5-10X44, and 5.11 Tactical's Tactical Trainer 2.0.

Police Product Test: Under Armour Chimera Training Shoes

August 31, 2010

Scott Smith reviews Under Armour Chimera Training Shoes, 5.11 Tactical Light for Life PC3.300, Safariland Double Rifle Case, and Armortek Double Pistol Case.

Wet Weather Wear

January 6, 2010

What should you consider when looking at outerwear for duty or most any foul weather? First, versatility. Because quality outerwear is expensive, it needs to serve for at least three seasons out of the year. The second item to consider is whether the outer jacket is truly waterproof or just water resistant; there is nothing worse than being cold and wet. Last is the price. If the clothing breaks the bank it will cause issues.

Second Skin Shirts

December 29, 2009

So what did I find from the major vendors for base layers? There are base layers from cotton, various polyester/Lycra blends, wool blends, and layers for cold or hot weather. The choices seem to be endless.

Wet Weather Wear

October 30, 2009

While giving waterproof jackets a "test wearing," I have had input from several members of my local department and from guys I shoot with. We have found that 5.11 Tactical, BlackHawk, Blauer, Elbeco, Fechheimer, Propper, The Force, Tru Spec by Atlanco, Under Armour, and Woolrich's Elite Tactical Series serve well in a wide range of conditions.

Police Product Test: Safariland RR CQLR Scope

October 19, 2009

Scott Smith reviews Safariland RR CQLR Scope, Under Armour Blackout Gloves, and Boyt Harness Tactical Gear Bag.

Police Product Test: Under Armour Generation II Tactical Pants

October 1, 2008

In the last few years UA has introduced product lines in such diverse areas as hunting, working out, and casual wear. Now Under Armour also has a line of tactical wear, which includes the Generation II Tactical Pants.

Outfitting the Officer

July 1, 2008

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

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