Check out one of the newest patterns to come out of the A-TACS line. The LE (Law Enforcement) edition pattern is available for purchase at www.schottfabrics.com.
The A-TACS LE camouflage print was developed in conjunction with law enforcement professionals. It has been described as a uniform meant to be a “show of force” pattern, not designed for concealment. This definitely seems to be the case, as this pattern is both stylish and recognizable. Be prepared to see tactical entry teams and specialized units to start sporting these colors.
For every purchase of an A-TACS uniform including the LE pattern, Digital Concealment Systems will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Spirit of Blue Foundation, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing officer safety and fulfilling LE safety equipment and training needs.
Will A-TACS LE be as famous as the LAPD blue uniform? At this point, only time will tell. Comment below if that is a pattern that you’d be interested in, and visit the Airsoft GI Facebook to check out the latest news!
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The Tru-Spec Xtreme Combat Shirt is the perfect combination of the protection of a highly durable BDU top and the comfort and lightweight feeling of a long sleeve base layer. The sleeves of the Xtreme combat shirt are similar to those of a standard BDU top, with the zippered Velcro pockets that are angled forward, raid-style, for a more aggressive look and easier access. The sleeves also have textured elbow sections that can be opened up to house an elbow pad if necessary. The left sleeve features an extra map pocket down near the wrist area while the right has a section meant to hold pens, knives, or other small tools that can be clipped on. The body of the Tru-Spec Combat shirt consists of a nylon/cotton blend base layer, which unlike a regular BDU, is very breathable, light and is able to wick away moisture almost 3 times faster then cotton. It features a thick collar made of the same material as the sleeves providing some extra neck protection, as well as a zipper extending to the center of the chest allowing for easy changing of the shirt as well as some extra breathability.
The Xtreme Combat Shirt is very similar to Tru-Spec’s standard combat shirt in that it has the same nylon/cotton body and BDU-style sleeves, but the two are not the same. Whereas the standard combat shirt features reinforced padded elbow sections, the textured elbows on the Xtreme shirt can be opened to insert hard elbow pads for even more protection. The collar on the Xteme shirt is also different from that of the standard combat shirt in that it is taller, thicker, and made of the same material as the sleeves, and it can be zipped open similar to the buttons on a polo shirt. Finally, the pockets on the sleeves of the Xtreme shirt are angled forward raid-style while those on the standard shirt are vertical, and the standard shirt does not have the added map pocket or the section for clipping on extra tools.