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Combat Shirts in Special Ops patterns

#1 User is offline   The_Red 

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Posted 18 March 2011 - 07:15 PM

you guys should make some combat shirts modeled after the ones used by the military, but in patterns like SpecOps Digi and Omnipat on the arms and a moisture wicking body in Olive Drab/Coyote.
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Posted 26 May 2011 - 02:59 AM

Yes please. I would snap one up in heartbeat.
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Posted 26 May 2011 - 11:53 AM

Special Ops used to have Tru-Spec military style shirts available when they were still wholesale and buying lotsa 3rd party soft-goods. Im pretty sure they didn't make em but in the off chance they did, they stopped selling em because they didn't sell well. Players mostly prefer jerseys that have the necessary strength to resist the falls and scratches of paintball but need the low-weight and high-breathe-ability of standard sport jerseys, something Tru-Spec (which, btw, is military grade-ish) couldn't provide even if you drilled holes in the shirt itself. The fact Special Ops no longer carries them attest to their demand within the community, which is none.... because they no longer carry them. But trust me as a player when I say that if you want a good playing shirt, you are better off buying a SO jersey. I can at least point you to the products they carry closest to tru-spec soft-ware... My link

If you still want a Tru-Spec or military grade shirt, you can buy one from anywhere. If you want them in SO Digi or Omnipat, youre gonna have to call in special custom order.

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Posted 14 June 2011 - 11:01 AM

i like the combat shirt (underarmor fabric torso with heavy sleeves) idea, but with how SO vests are vs. actual IOTV (army body armor) I've just run with the ultralite shirts, which i still can use without a vest if i decide to run pod packs.
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