Propper A-TACS ACU BDU Coat (L/Short)[H06D00][09150 / F545938379L1]
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A-TACS is the latest Camouflage to hit the market and has made a huge splash within the tactical community, having been developed by Digital Concealment Systems to answer the call for better and more effective camouflage system integration for personnel in any service branch from the military to law enforcement. A-TACS, much like other popular camouflage patterns was designed as a universal pattern for a wide range of operation environments. This coat is made from a polyester and cotton rip stop blend for higher durability, abrasion and bursting strength, and features two tilted chest pockets on the front of the coat as well as two shoulder pockets with Velcro for mounting patches. The left sleeve features a 3 slot pen/pencil pocket which is perfect for administrative duties on the field, and a mandarin collar allows the user to wear the coat with a full collar or low collar when it is necessary. This coat is sure to stand up to extremely intense environments all while keeping you hidden and providing a great amount of storage.
Model: ACU Coat
Sizing: L / Short
Polyester and cotton rip stop construction
A-TACS Camouflage pattern
- Manufacturer: Propper
- Color: A-TACS AU
- Size: L - Short
So I purchased my A-TACS from a local Army Navy surplus store but it is from the same brand and from what I can tell is exactly the same as the one here. The quality of this camo is great not to mention A-TACS camo is very good at well being a camo. There is really nothing to complain about besides maybe costing more then some cheaper frequently used camo. In short you pay for what you get and what you get is a nice quality camo that will keep you well hidden.
Only word of advice to the customer is if you are not used to buying camo go to a local store and try some on to figure out the size you'll need before buying online.
Some pros are:
Good quality material
great camo (don't trust me? look up some pictures online)
Some cons are:
There are not cons that I've run across so far. Mine are still fairly new but as far as I can tell they will be lasting for a long time as probably my most used camo.