- Propper MultiCam 65/35 Polycotton Twill BDU Coat
Propper MultiCam 65/35 Polycotton Twill BDU Coat
The Propper MultiCam 65/35 Polycotton Twill BDU Coat is sewn to military specification MIL-C-44048G and features drain holes in the Bellows pockets, fused pocket flaps and collar, chest pencil pocket, two-piece double-reinforced elbows, felled side seams and sleeves, and adjustable sleeve buttons.
- 65% Polyester/35% Cotton Twill
- Sewn to Military Specification MIL-C-44048G
- Drain Holes in Bellows Pockets
- Fused Pocket Flaps and Collar
- Chest Pencil Pocket
- 2-Piece Double-Reinforced Elbows
- Felled Side Seams and Sleeves
- Adjustable Sleeve Buttons
This Crye Is Not I.R. Mil-Spec Compiant
Posted by Curtis
This is the sportsman /hunter vesion of multicam pattern, called (vs). Do not under any circumstance wear these bdu's for military/le use as they light up like a plugged in christmas tree at night. Real i.R. Military spec. Is nyco 50/50 blend. You should always comfirm.
Posted by R
I agree it's a good all round camo and really shines in spring and fall, I had to buy some because the other airsoft players were so hard to spot. Usually the only way to detect them is when they were moving. know I sport a full set of multicam.
Posted by Stephen
This blouse is a good buy, multicam works well, and the material is extremly thick,and durable, for people who like camo this is a good buy.
Posted by Doug
Multicam is great for turkey spring hunting and late summer/early fall deer season. It blends very well into the yellow grasses and green foilage. Tested with friends in these conditions. I definitely like it better than the universal and digital woodland. It is more true to the terrain.
Muticam Works In Woods
Posted by Tom
I disagree. Multicam works quite well in green woodlands, unlike desert patterns. True, dpm, tiger stripe marpat blend better in lush open grenery but come fall you're screwed. If I could only afford one type of camo bdu, I would choose multicam. it's a hell of a lot better 'universal' pattern than acu. See example: http://s103.Photobucket.Com/albums/m124/moondaug/op-blacksummer/?Action=view¤t=op-blacksummer_19.Jpg http://s103.Photobucket.Com/albums/m124/moondaug/fftt0722-fbwhiskey/?Action=view¤t=fftt070722_52.Jpg
Not What You Think
Posted by Dustin
The photo on the web site is darker than the actual material. This pattern is best for the desert or very arid climates and not for woods. The construction is good, and the fit is accurate. it's a heavy poly, so it's hot and not comfortable, but it's durable enough.