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Tru-Spec Tactical Response Uniform (TRU) Combat Shirt
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Tru-Spec Tactical Response Uniform (TRU) Combat Shirt

Tru-Spec Tactical Response Uniform (TRU) Combat Shirt

Tru-Spec Tactical Response Uniform (TRU) Combat Shirt

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Price: $49.99 - $76.99
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ACUPAT/Foliage (AAN) MULTICAM/Sand (AAN) Black/Black (AAN) Khaki/Khaki (AAN)
Olive Drab/Olive Drab (AAN) Navy/Navy (AAN) Digital Desert Camo/Sand (AAN) Digital Subdued Urban Camo/Black (AAN)
Digital Woodland Camo/Olive Drab (AAN)
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Tactical response team members and military personnel have two main issues integrating body armor with their uniform. First, main uniform pockets become covered and unavailable. Second, heavy body armor combined with a uniform top and a base layer create an unbearably hot environment. The Combat Shirt concept improves the design of the tactical uniform by reclaiming cargo pockets and placing them on the sleeves in a more practical arrangement, reducing weight by eliminating excess uniform material and need for separate base layer and creating a comfortable, durable and naturally thermal resistant body that also wicks moisture.

TRU Combat ShirtIt's A Uniform - the full function sleeves are based on the extremely popular TRU uniform and available in two high performance fabric options. Both are tough, durable and field tested to ensure dependable service under the most challenging conditions. Sweating the details, Tru-Spec also added underarm gussets for increased motion and a padded, abrasion-resistant elbow patch for durability. The sleeve layout is improved with a zippered storage pocket and pads for insignia (ACUPAT ONLY) as well as hook-and-loop cuff closures. Special care was taken to reduce chaffing and other irritations; the mock turtleneck keeps body armor from rubbing against the neck area while seams fall off the shoulders to reduce pinching.

It's A Base Layer - The body of the Tru-Spec Tactical Response Uniform (TRU) Combat Shirt is made from Cordura brand Baselayer. This 60/40 cotton/nylon miracle blend insulates the body when exposed to high temperatures and will not drip or melt onto the skin like polyester. Cordura Baselayer fabric is also incredibly breathable, wicking away moisture 2.5 times faster than 100% cotton, plus it dries quickly. Even though the fabric is soft, lightweight and comfortable, Cordura adds tough-as-nails durability needed to minimize tears and other abrasions.

  • ACUPAT/Foliage and MULTICAM/Sand: 50/50 Nyco Cordura rip-stop sleeves with 60/40 Cotton Nylon Cordura brand Baselayer; Both are considered No Melt, No Drip
  • Black/Black, Khaki/Khaki, Navy/Navy and Olive Drab/Olive Drab: 65/35 Polyester Cotton rip-stop sleeves with 60/40 Cotton Nylon Cordura brand Baselayer; Only body is considered No Melt, No Drip
  • Moisture-wicking
  • Lightweight and breathable
  • No shoulder seams to minimize rubbing and chaffing
  • Mock turtle neck
  • Zippered sleeve storage pockets
  • Anti-abrasion padded elbow patch
  • Gusseted sleeves
  • Glint tape holder for IR tape
  • Hook-and-loop squares on right sleeve pocket for attaching name, rank and flag (ACUPAT)
  • 4.00" x 6.00" hook-and-loop square on left sleeve pocket (Black, Digital Desert Camo, Digital Woodland Camo, Khaki, Navy, Olive Drab, MULTICAM & Subdued Digital Urban Camo)
  • Hook-and-loop cuff closures
  • Imported

SIZES: S-2XL, Regular or Long

COLORS : ACUPAT/Foliage, Black/Black, Digital Desert Camo/Sand, Digital Woodland Camo/Olive Drab, Khaki/Khaki, MULTICAM/Sand, Navy/Navy, Olive Drab/Olive Drab or Subdued Digital Urban Camo/Black

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Weight: 1.75 lbs.

 

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Great product

Former military, bought and use these shirts to hunt, hike and camp. Very comfortable and very durable, very happy with the product. Will be buying more in the near future.
Curt Langenbach - March 14, 2013
Government Contractor

An excellent shirt, practical and tough. I bought 5 of the TRU shirts before my latest deployment overseas based on my excellent experience with Tru-Specs Tac-Light pants and they didn't disappoint. I did not have any unusual wear and the color stayed bright even after many washings and untold hours in the sun. The stitching never pulled out and the fabric never frayed even at the stress points. The only complaint I have is with the collar, it seemed to pull down easily leaving my vest to chew up my skin, I would make it taller and stiffer. I have had shirts that I paid twice as much for fall apart with less wear than I put these shirts through. All in all, I feel that I got a good value and I won't hesitate to buy more if they ever do wear out.
Scott McNalley - November 13, 2011
11B 101st Airborne.

I have owned three of these shirts for about a year and they are all in great shape, only bad thing is the collar. It does not sit tight around the neck, if you put anything heavier then a back of smoke in the arm pouches the collar will sag down. Great product overall and it's cheap. Thank you U.S. Cav
Aleksandr Zharov - June 29, 2011
Suggestion

I am in the USAF Special Ops and I love this shit. None of the cammo on the sleeves are the AF's Standard Cammo. If this company could make ABU Combat Shit I would definitely buy this product and so would many more Airman. It's a great shirt and I really want one.
Trevor Bastock - February 2, 2011
Decent article - some changes needed

My Background: I am a tactics and marksmanship instructor in the civilian world. I get to run my gear stupidly hard and if it's going to fail it will. Pro's: +Cheap +Made well +Nothing has broken yet Con's: -Poor color choice for shirt top. Works good for desert training areas, sucks in the mountains or anything green. -T-shirt collar is greatest weakness. Mandarin collar would have resulted in this garment being full of win - instead it gets full of fail designation. --The t-shirt collar doesn't protect well enough against the sun on the back of your neck or your body armor chafing, especially when sitting. --The sleeves feel floppy and poorly attached to the garment because there isn't any support for their position on your body other than the stretchy t-shirt material.
Sam Tittes - January 7, 2011
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