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Winter Wear 2019

Don this winter apparel to stay comfortable and functional no matter how cold it gets on duty.

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On Trend Apparel

Officers expect their uniforms to keep advancing to provide the fit, function, and look they need to focus on the job.

Summer Uniform Wear 2019

When the weather heats up, these shirts will help keep you cool and dry on duty.

Fechheimer Brothers Company Named 2017 Supplier of the Year

This recognition marks the second consecutive year Curtis Blue Line has named Fechheimer Brothers Company as their Supplier of the Year.

Fechheimer Brothers Company Celebrates 175 Years in Business

Fechheimer Brothers Company, the parent company of the uniform brand Flying Cross and low-profile apparel and gear brand Vertx, celebrated its 175th year of service to the U.S. Military and Public Safety markets this year.

Video: Ohio Campus Officers Could Get New Student-Designed Uniforms That are Less Tactical

UC design student Christine Hoy, 22, told Cincinnati.com that past police uniform trends in the United States had a bulky, military look, which the students want to change. "A tactical look isn't ideal," she said. "It makes them seem like they aren't part of the community and don't represent the community."

Ohio Campus Officers Could Get New Student-Designed Uniforms That are Less Tactical

UC design student Christine Hoy, 22, told Cincinnati.com that past police uniform trends in the United States had a bulky, military look, which the students want to change. "A tactical look isn't ideal," she said. "It makes them seem like they aren't part of the community and don't represent the community."

Tactical and Patrol Uniforms

This apparel is designed to look professional while withstanding extreme conditions.

Police Product Test: Vertx 37.5 Combat Shirt

The new combat shirt features Vertx and Fechheimer's proprietary dual fabric blend they call "37.5 Active Particle Technology."

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IACP 2015: Report from the Aisles

The show floor of this year's International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Conference held in Chicago, Oct. 25-27, again was dominated by body-worn cameras and related software and hardware.