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LMS Gear – Flannel in Inferno Red

Last Man Standing Gear has introduced an Inferno Red version of their Flannel Shirt.

Made in Portugal from 250 gram Cotton flannel, these shirts feature the same pocket layout as the original Grey version.

You’ll get a standard flapped shirt pocket on the left side of the shirt and a small pocket with pen slot on the right which is accessible through the armpit of an armor vest. At the rear, just behind the seam on either side, are low-profile pockets which will accept a single 30 rd magazine. Additionally, midway down the front opening is a slot for sun glasses. The elbows are also patched with double fabric.

Offered in Small – XXXLarge.

Get yours at lmsgear.net/shop/LMSGear-Inferno-Red-Flannels.

13 Responses to “LMS Gear – Flannel in Inferno Red”

  1. PTM says:

    Come on….a $150 flannel shirt? Insane.

    You can get 8 ounce (250 gram) weight flannel shirts for $25 from Duluth Trading, made in the USA.

  2. STEPAN1983 says:

    I cut down trees. I skip and jump.
    I like to press wild flowers.
    I put on women’s clothing
    And hang around in bars.

  3. Chalky says:

    Complaining about price of anything you see on this site smacks of hypocrisy since EVERYONE here has piles of holsters, backpacks, belts and other miscellaneous gun sh_t that wasn’t worth the packaging it came in.

    So a $150 flannel shirt that looks that good, is purpose built for shooters and not plumbers is par for the course around here.

    • PTM says:

      Hey, if you want to spend $150 on a flannel shirt, it’s a free country. I think it is idiotic since you can get the same quality for $25…whatever makes your boat float. Plus, you will have the feeling of satisfaction knowing you are buying something really cool, tactical and awesome. I guess that’s worth $125 bucks.

  4. Liam says:

    There are some things they make that are good, But the choice between made in China vs being made in the USA or Europe settles the matter….Made in USA or Europe works for me!! You may pay a bit more, but the quality is superior! I am tired if made in China! Cheaper does not mean better!

  5. Jk says:

    I love me a good ole made in Merica flannel.. what I question is combining it with some CP’s.. nothing low pro about those.. and chems to mark what in the forest..good luck with that while hitting the bush

  6. AbnMedOps says:

    Or for less money, you can get a top quality shirt from Pendelton, made of wool instead of hypothermia death cotton. I do give these guys credit for the useful cut of the pockets, however.