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Post SHOT Show Wrapup – TRU-SPEC Short Sleeve Combat Shirt

Made with Cordura’s base layer material with 65/35 ripstop polycotton sleeves, the Short Sleeve Combat Shirt from TRU-SPEC is available in MultiCam/Coyote, OD/OD, Navy/Navy and Black/Black.

 

The Short Sleeve design incorporates a 1/4 Zip Front with Mandarin collar and their Tactical Response Uniform short sleeves with shoulder pockets.

Sizes XS-3XL.

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8 Responses to “Post SHOT Show Wrapup – TRU-SPEC Short Sleeve Combat Shirt”

  1. Bill says:

    It would be heresy, but for those of us who don’t need the FR and wear properties of Cordura, an entire polycotton shirt would be cool, literally

    • SSD says:

      The Cordura fabric is a knit and cooler than the woven polycotton. Btw, polycotton chief nit yes to burn, even after you remove the flame.

  2. ThatBlueFalcon says:

    It would be better if it was 100% ripstop on the sleeves or even 50/50 NyCo instead of 65/35 PolyCo. My experience with 65/35 is that it’s much heavier and not suited for the warmer weather that this shirt is designed for. Just my $.02

  3. Lasse says:

    Guys need to realize that it’s the denier that makes a fabric heavy or light, and not the composition. 200 denier 50/50 NYCO isn’t lighter than 200 denier 50/50 polyco. 200 denier 65/35 also weights the same as all other 200 denier fabrics, as long as the weave is the same.. Some constructions might be thicker than others, but the weight is the same.

    • Jon, OPT says:

      True, having owned, worn, and sold both 50/50 and 65/35 the “hand” or as I call it, the comfort of the 50/50 is notably better and less stiff. The 65/35 sells better because it comes at a lower price level.

      Just my experience, YMMV.