Tru-Spec 24-7 Series Shortsleeve Polo Shirt

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posted on June 19, 2014
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One thing that I've come to really appreciate over the years is good gear. Gear like Tru-Spec puts out. Now, I'm not just saying that because Gunny reps for them and I'm afraid he'll make me do push-ups—the company really does put out some quality stuff.

One such item is the company's 24-7 Series Original Polo shirt. This particular one is a promotional shirt for Alexander Arms, the company that brings the Ulfberht, the first .338 Lapua Mag. semi-automatic rifle. We have a feature article on the Ulfberht in our July issue (on newsstands now, or subscribe here), and Alexander Arms sent some shirts along with the big rifle.

With a loop for sunglasses, twin pen pockets on the left sleeve and side vents to increase mobility, the Original Polo Shirt is comfortable and serves well as a cover garment or simply as casual business attire. The polo is designed to wick moisture away, so you'll stay cool even on hot summer days. Other comfort features like tagless labels and gusseted sleeves announce this is gear meant to be used. A lot.

MSRP: $42.95, sizes available from XSmall to 5XL.

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