5.11 Tactical Taclite Anorak

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posted on April 14, 2016
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One of the great things about the spring and fall seasons is the weather is perfect for cover garments. The full-size pistol that's just a little too big to hide under an oversize T-shirt can be easily covered by a light jacket, but not hidden under four layers and a parka in the colder months.

5.11 Tactical's Taclite Anorak pullover is a great garment for this task and season. With a cotton interior and 5.11's proprietary Taclite exterior, comfort and resistance to the elements can peacefully co-exist. Should the weather get warmer, multiple vents allow greater air flow to keep you cool. 

The large, central pouch has zippered areas at each opening that allow pass-through to access a concealed firearm, or a zippered side panel can be discreetly opened to allow faster access if needed. Duplicate chest-level pockets have hook-and-loop closures for rapid access, and integrated drawstrings at the hood and waist ensure proper fit.

MSRP: $139.99. Available in sizes Small through XXLarge and in Brown, Stone and Tundra colors.

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