Vertx Speed Concealed Carry Shirt

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posted on September 1, 2016
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Vertx announced its Speed Concealed Carry Shirt with 37.5 Technology, available in both short and long sleeve.

"The Vertx Speed Concealed Carry Shirt was designed with the prepared professional in mind. From the 37.5 infused fabric which keeps your body dry and at its optimal temperature to the concealed carry functionality; this shirt is designed to look great and function when needed," said Darrell Morrow, Vice President of Vertx. "The details and technology of this shirt truly set it apart from others like it in the market."

The Speed Concealed Carry Shirt is tailored to allow for a smoother draw while maintaining a low profile in large or small crowds.

It features a small inner pocket at the bottom of the shirt that you can weigh down to allow the shirt to sweep away as you reach for your firearm. In addition, it has two grommets on the hem and placket for adding a rigid item like weed-eater cord to give the shirt a rigid base. A rigid, weighted base allows for an even faster and smoother pistol draw.

The Speed Concealed Carry Shirt has non-functional buttons that actually snap so the wearer no longer has to worry about losing buttons when drawing a weapon. It has a vented back yoke with mesh lining for increased air circulation and keeps the wearer from stretching the back of the shirt out when presenting a firearm.

For added comfort, the shirt is made with breathable 37.5 Active Particle Technology that dries five times faster than traditional fabrics, maintaining the optimal core body temperature of 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, thus helping the wearer stay cool under stress. Finally, the Speed Concealed Carry Shirt sports two blended, streamlined chest pockets for discreet storage.

The Speed Concealed Carry Shirt in long sleeve is available in bark and forest patterns at an MSRP of $89.95. The Speed Concealed Carry Shirt in short sleeve is available in field, leaf, sky and steel patterns at an MSRP of $79.95.

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