Blackhawk Performance Cotton Tactical Shirt

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posted on November 12, 2015
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What's the most overlooked part of your EDC concealed-carry gear? Your holster? Ammo? Light? Chances are, it's the cover garment you're relying on to keep your concealed-carry firearm, well, concealed.

Blackhawk's Performance Cotton Shirt offers a quality garment custom-made for covering your gear in style. Twin covered chest pockets—one with an inner zippered area, the other with a covert, zippered area on the sideoffer rapid access to documents, ID, passports, etc. while lower slits allow pants pockets and belt to be accessed quickly. A saddle shoulder helps when carrying a pack, and the breathable mesh knit keeps you cool in a variety of conditions. There's even a small zippered section that falls below the belt line for small items best left hidden.

Available in black, khaki, navy (shown) and olive drab, the Performance Cotton shirt comes in sizes from Small to XXXL and fits your sartorial wants as well as your concealed carry needs. Constructed of lightweight cotton and polyester, the Performance Cotton shirt is fade-, stain- and wrinkle-resistant.

MSRP: $59.99 to $61.45.

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