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Crossfire Australia GP Jacket

Look, Crossfire Australia calls it a GP jacket, but it’s a smock. It features eight pockets and is made from Nextex’s encapsulated material technology. That’s the same stuff used in SOCOM’s Protective Combat Uniform. It also features a removable thermal liner and pit zips.

Small – XXXLarge in Coyote

Visit www.crossfire.com.au

8 Responses to “Crossfire Australia GP Jacket”

  1. Strike-Hold says:

    Their product description reads, “Essentially a very modern take on the original M-65 model.” LOL – has nothing at all in common with the M-65.

    68 Pattern SAS Smock, yes.

  2. Iggy says:

    Correct. Somewhere between the two in Asian produced material and fantastically useless in the Australian climate. Nice bit of gear but an expensive folly to issue.

  3. Dave says:

    This is one of the best jackets I’ve ever worn. Perfect for nearly all Australian weather conditions and unfortunately this jacket did not win the ADF contract (I suspect due to price/volume because it isnt quality related).

    Highly recommend them and their packs.

  4. That Guy says:

    They’re issued wide and far in Australia. Army has them in AMCU, and I’ve seen RAAF getting around in they’re own blue camoflauge version.
    It’s miles ahead of anything previously issued en-mass to the ADF.

  5. Lovano says:

    A great jacket. My go-to smock/jacket. The pockets, removable thermal liner and vents make it versatile. Got it a touch on the bigger side so I could layer up in the colder months. The draw chord on the waist and bottom is a nice inclusion. Allow it to still fit well in the warmer months when I don’t have the layers on underneath, pulls in well. It happily takes a beating, surprised I haven’t put a hole through it yet.