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Crye Precision – G4 Combat Clothing

This is the video Crye Precision played in the booth at SHOT Show to educate about the new G4 Combat Clothing.

This next generation of Combat Apparel, from the company who brought you the original Combat Uniform, features the exclusive stretch VTX™ Ripstop fabric, constructed with Invista’s T420 high-tenacity nylon fiber, allowing the uniform to be light yet strong. The integrated stretch allows for a slimmer cut with maximum mobility. Pockets are low profile and engineered to reduce bulk while still allowing room for all essential gear. Mesh venting is incorporated throughout the garments for maximum air-flow and breathability.

The G4 Combat Shirt, features a set-in shoulder pocket with internal expansion, set-in loop with a low profile pen pocket. Cuffs have VELCRO® tab closures, hem shape is longer in the back and the flatlocked seam construction at the side panels helps minimize bulk. Enhanced fit and function are the top priorities. Underarm panels are shaped for enhanced mobility, sleeves are darted for an ergonomic fit, and the internal elbow pad pocket is minimal and lightweight. Torso fabric for the MultiCam Combat Shirt is available in both solid colors and printed Multicam versions.

The G4 Combat Pant features multiple pass-throughs to the low-profile cargo pocket to secure charges. The adjustable padded waist features a low-profile die cut VELCRO® adjust tab, and is lined with moisture wicking material. Front thigh pockets are larger, mesh lined and have a secure zip closure. A dedicated knife holder is included with a reinforced opening.


6 Responses to “Crye Precision – G4 Combat Clothing”

  1. Ed says:

    It is playing the USMC plate carrier video.

  2. Brohamner says:

    Having stretch everywhere is nice, but there are areas on your legs that need tons of stretch, and areas where you need little to none. So I feel stretch panels are still beneficial.

  3. JS says:

    Any ETA on release date for the G4’s?

    • Jeremy says:

      They told me summer, at the earliest

      • SSD says:

        It’s funny, I was just talking with Them today about this. The date they gave out at shot show was May, but I would say summer is a better guess.