Propper Summerweight Tactical Shirt

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posted on September 27, 2016
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Finding a good tactical shirt that maintains airflow in the summer heat can be challenging at times. Luckily, Propper developed a shirt that maximizes airflow and moisture elimination while also providing quick access to supplies.

The Propper Summerweight Tactical Shirt - Short Sleeve comes with a large mesh insert in the shoulder that allows for the most airflow possible in order to provide cooling during summer months. The shirt is constructed from a lightweight fabric selected for its durability and wicking properties to keep moisture away from the body.

Finally, easily accessible chest pockets provide for quick access to any essential supplies and is secured through a Velcro close with fast-tab loops. The shirt also includes a side-access pocket behind the left chest pocket that is secured with a Velcro closure. A pen pocket is also available inside the left chest pocket.

The Propper Summerweight Tactical Shirt is available in sizes from XS to 5XL and comes in black, khaki, LAPD navy and olive colors. The suggested retail price is $44.99.

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