First Look: 5.11 Tactical TactiGrill Apron

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posted on June 14, 2017
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Built specifically for summer grilling, the new TactiGrill Apron from 5.11 Tactical is designed to provide the ultimate barbecue-grill apron for dads and other lovers of cooking.

The apron features adjustable neck and waist G-hook straps, which ensure that any user can get a perfect fit and protect themselves from the heat and residue that is a necessary part of outdoor grilling. The apron features perfectly sized pockets in the front, ideal for any grilling tool in the grill master's arsenal.

Other added features include a phone pocket on the chest of the apron that protects smart phones from splashes while still keeping it close at hand. Pockets are also sized to store cold beers, so grillers can have a great brew handy while still keeping both hands free for maximum cooking efficiency.

To add extra resistance to spills and other residue, the 5.11 Tactical TactiGrill Apron is coated with Teflon, so grease and other grime just wipes right off. The apron also features MOLLE attachment points and also features a hook-and-loop field that allows for the attachment of patches for an extra custom touch.

The apron is available in the company's Tundra color, which is similar to a coyote tan, providing an extra level of tactical compatibility. The suggested retail price on the apron is $49.99.


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