This is the combat shirt from Propper that is similar to the US Army standard combat shirt. The top has a breathable body and durable sleeves for all day wear and use. The sleeves have zippered pockets with fields for ID patches, the pockets are similar to the US Army OCP uniform top design. the shirt is a 1/4 zip, so the collar can be worn all the way up or folded down like a normal collar. Both options are great for when wearing body armor. Sleeve cuffs are adjustable with hook and loop tabs. This is a great shirt that is a good alternative to the USGI ones.
This is NOT fire or flame resistant.
Sleeves: 50% nylon / 50% cotton
Torso: 100% polyester with moisture-wicking and antimicrobial finish
- Shirt 1/4 Zip closure – This shirt has a 1/4 zip closure which means that it is a pullover that has a zipper that goes about 1/4 of the way down the shirt.
- Scorpion Camouflage, OCP – When Multicam was adopted as the replacement for UCP during deployment operations it was also considered for Army wide adoption for uniforms and gear. Licensing fees for the Multicam pattern were deemed to high and the US Army took to the predecessor, Scorpion OCP. Scorpion OCP had been developed alongside Multicam and shares most of the same design. Side by side Multicam and Scorpion look much the same, with differences being subtle. The base color of Scorpion is green, compared to brown in Multicam and the shading of all colors was changed slightly. Scorpion also has no vertical elements in the camo. Scorpion is currently referred to as OCP, or Operational Camouflage Pattern and is used for US Army Uniforms and most Army gear.
- Includes Hook & Loop Fields – For attaching name tapes, ranks and other ID patches.
- Adjustable Sleeve Cuffs – Sleeves have either a button or hook and loop adjustable cuff for fit and wear.
- Propper – Manufactured by Propper. Propper is the largest contract holder for clothing and boots for the United States Marine Corps. They previously made some of the woodland and desert BDU uniforms for the US Military. While they don’t manufacture the current US Army Uniform, they do manufacture aftermarket equivalents that are acceptable for duty use. They have a long history of quality military products.
Country of Manufacture: Haiti – Made in Haiti.
Issue Type: Aftermarket – This is a military style item that is not issued within the Military.
- This is NOT Military Surplus – This item is aftermarket and not issued to the military by the US Government. It is NOT military surplus.