5.11 Tactical Long Sleeve Flannel Shirt

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posted on November 3, 2014
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Quick: What comes to mind when you hear the term "tactical clothing?" Most likely, you think a zillion pockets, flaps, rings, maybe a bunch of hook-and-loop patches and other such accoutrements. Not all tactical clothing is like this, though.

5.11 Tactical's Long Sleeve Flannel Shirt offers twin hidden document pockets, detail stitching on shoulder and back yoke seams and contrast webbing on the inner collar. With Western styling and twin snap chest pockets, this flannel looks equally at home out in the yard raking leaves or running errands around town.

For concealment purposes, the long sleeve flannel shirt has oversize tails to cover even duty pistols as well as snap enclosures for easy access to shoulder-holstered firearms. Constructed of heavy duty, 100-percent brushed-cotton twill, the flannel shirt is comfortable and durable.

MSRP: $70.99. Available in bark, captain, ivory, ox blood, regatta and steam patterns.

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