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Magpul Fall Apparel Line Now Shipping

With Fall comes Magpul’s second release of apparel, a few new styles that will keep you warm and active outdoors as the temperatures drop and the adventures change. These new additions to our “Everyday Wear” apparel continue the direction of mating traditional styling with modern engineering to create performance essentials that are as useful in the work week as they are on the weekend. By mixing natural fibers like wool and cotton with more modern synthetics we have created several new styles that you can use and abuse, wash at home and never have to visit a dry cleaners.

Everyday Wear, Everyday Where?

Brodie Flannel

Hays Polo

Sterling Sweater

Barton Henley

Badge Hoodie Pullover

Wicking Polo



14 Responses to “Magpul Fall Apparel Line Now Shipping”

  1. Mark says:

    Made in USA…?

    I doubt it.

    I wish that Magpul would just stay focused on putting out more mags and stocks, instead of continuing to become the new 5.11.

  2. Non-Operator says:

    I must have the Tactleneck.

  3. PNWTO says:

    Damn, all of that line is pretty legit. Good job Magpul.

  4. Mike says:

    Given their HQ is here in Austin, can anyone recommend a shop that carries their full line? Or do they have a showroom?


  5. Pooper says:

    Is it still made in Vietnam?

    • Andy Leach says:

      The lead of the clothing division told me they have no plans to pursue US manufacture in place. :/

      • PNWTO says:

        And then people would bitch about prices. Magpul is doing good things, regardless of manufacturer location.

        • SSD says:


          • Pooper says:

            I’m sure most people don’t care where they make stuff.

            But for people that are curious, leaving the ITAR blurb on their apparel pages is a little disingenuous.

            Only a weirdo would take the time to figure out what is ITAR’s actual function, and then would take the time to call Magpul and ask where they manufacture their clothes…

            …so, yeah, Vietnam and Bangladesh, if I recall correctly.

  6. M1 says:

    I see the sterling comes in black, but when will it be available in slightly darker black?

  7. Brian says:

    Anybody try their pants? I haven’t seen a single review or video