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Massif Non-FR Line Fully Available

Massif is well known as a provider of FR clothing solutions to military personnel, LE, and wildland firefighters. However, you don’t always require FR protection, depending on the mission. Massif realized this and has developed a dedicated non-FR line. In addition to the Integrated Tactical Jacket we premiered here on SSD back in May, Massif has introduced two additional pieces that we mentioned during our NBOW coverage in September. Here’s a quick rundown to remind you about each of the pieces.

I’ve worn the Integrated Tactical Jacket quite a bit. It’s a very functional, lightweight piece that’s designed to compliment armor in much the same way as a combat shirt. The difference is obviously the softshell fabric which will serve you well in inclement weather but the ITJ also has an interesting pocket setup. In addition to traditional inset bicep pockets it has two mesh lined pockets on the upper chest. Accessible through the arm holes of an armor vest, they can be opened to aid in ventilation. Die cut, Velcro adjustable cuff tabs set this one off. Available in Black and OD. Size Small – XXLarge.

Next, is the Diamond Peak Field Pant. It definitely has a home in that new class of non-tactical, tactical pants. The Diamond Peak is something more than an outdoor pant but not quite a full cargo pant. It’s sleek looks integrate an interesting pocket arrangement we discussed in our NBOW coverage. Made from a stretch-woven nylon canvas fabric, they will move with you. Currently only available in Black, I am told we will see additional colors soon. Sized 30 – 42 in Regular and Long lengths.

Finally, is the Lightweight Tactical Shirt. This shirt is made for hot climates and incorporates a heavier fabric on the arms and shoulders that features a DWR finish to shed light rain. Available in OD and a two-tone Black and Gray, the Lightweight Tactical Shirt comes in sizes Small – XXLarge.

Available for order now from www.Massif.com as well as their various retailers. Look for more Non-FR clothing at SHOT Show.

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One Response to “Massif Non-FR Line Fully Available”

  1. K' says:

    That field pant looks nice. Tactical usage without that overt “5.11” look that you see a lot these days.