Zippered Sleeve Pockets w/ Velcro Panels for Patches
63/35 Polyester Cotton Ripstop
Hybrid BDU / Base Layer
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The Tru-Spec Combat Shirt is the perfect blend of a high durability BDU and the comfort of a base layer. The Tru-Spec Combat Shirt features BDU style sleeves that include the same features that you would find on a standard BDU such as zippered pockets with Velcro, reinforced elbows, and adjustable cuff closure. The body of the Tru-Spec Combat shirt consists of a nylon/cotton blend base layer, which unlike a regular BDU, is very breathable, light and is able to wick away moisture almost 3 times faster then cotton. The Tru-Spec Combat Shirt is perfect for a Spec-ops style load out or for anybody that likes the look of a standard BDU but also needs the comfort and mobility of a base layer.
This combat shirt is of excellent quality and durability. It has gone through rain, mud, and several washes and retains a rugged but comfortable outer quality without having lost any of its saturation, color, or darkness. The camo itself is a grey and dark bluish scheme with a few early tones mixed in here and there. It's perfect for low light or urban conditions and is very comfortable. The velcro pads on the shoulder packets accommodate patches, and the sleeves are adjustable with velcro tabs. The shirt material is less rugged however tucks into a pair of BDU pants well and does the job of acting as a duty shirt. You can wear this confidently without a combat jacket or soft shell under your vest.
Expensive (but pay good money for good stuff, not bad money for bad stuff)
Shirt picks up debris in the laundry (like any other shirt…)
I am a 4'11" girl and the X-Small size fit me perfectly. The sleeves were a few inches too long but it wasn't a problem with the adjustable Velcro cuff straps. The sleeves are great for me since I tend to fall down a lot and the extra material on the elbows are perfect for going prone. The cotton-ish material isn't too thin either yet it's loose enough to breath when I run around in it. If you are like me and like to run light the pockets work great for holding extra pistol mags and speed loaders. All in all it's a good combat shirt and definitely an upgrade from my spaghetti strap top..
The X-small size is perfect if you are a small asian girl or a 12 year old boy
Pockets on the sleeves
Upper back is protected by the BDU material as well as your arms
Same cotton-ish material on the armpits.. perfect if you sweat like a pig
Thicker than a t-shirt yet thin enough to feel the breeze come through while you're running.
Looks bad ass.. especially with my urban digital pants to match
The turtle neck part feels a bit tight when I run with it
Price was a bit too expensive for my liking
You might not feel the bbs hit your arms and upper back (same as if you were to wear BDU uniforms)
The airsoft GI man that I spoke to on the phone thought I was a young boy who needed parental permission... but understandable
Before Lion Claws, I had played airsoft in normal BDU's, but had never used a combat shirt, or really any type of Under Armor style clothes, so the combat shirt was completely new to me. When I first put it on, the body felt light and comfortable which was nice, but the first thing that I noticed about the sleeves was that they felt oversized and almost as if they were too big for my arms. The shirt size was right though, so I figured it was close enough and that I would get used to the arms. Overall, the shirt felt a lot more comfortable than a standard BDU top though, so I was happy.
When I put all of my gear on to play at Operation Lion Claws, I noticed that the lightweight body of the shirt made it much more comfortable to wear my vest, especially since we had to have a lot of gear for the amount of time that we would be spending out on the field. After getting all set to play, I didn't even notice the arms on the shirt anymore, and I found the entire load-out to be actually quite comfortable.
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