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Emerson Combat Shirt Multicam

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Combat uniform jacket by EmersongGear with sophisticated cut and modern camouflage. It is designed to be worn under tactical / bulletproof vest. The jacket is made with a combination of polyester and cotton 65% / 35% - Ripstop with Teflon.


GENUINE MULTICAM PATTERN- the uniform is made of licensed Multicam® fabric.


The sleeves and the collar have camouflage print and fabric with Teflon for better water resistance. It has a zip at the neck (high quality YKK). The collar can be folded or standed. There are small pockets with zipper on the sleeves.

It does not contain elbow pads but the pockets on the elbows are ready for them.


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TEFLON

The material provided with this treatment repels water and oil stains, thereby increasing water repellency and reducing the soiling of the garment. The maintenance of the garment is easier due to the fact that the deposited dirt is easily washed and the material dries faster.


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YKK

YKK zippers are world famous for their quality and durability. They are most commonly found in jeans, but many outdoor clothing manufacturers rely on this brand of zippers. YKK makes their own production machines, uses their own materials, also produces their own zipper teeth and has their unique production processes.


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MULTICAM

One of the most popular camouflages at the moment is the Crye Multicam. The MultiCam pattern was developed to effectively limit the visual and near-IR signature of a person operating across a very wide range of physical environments and seasons. After many successful evaluations, after being proven in combat, and after becoming the officially issued pattern of the US Army for all Afghanistan operations in 2010, MultiCam is the proven multi-environment concealment solution.


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RIPSTOP

Material developed in the USA during the Second World War. It is manufactured using a special technique and is characterized by a very good weight-to-stability ratio and high tear strength. At regular intervals, thicker fibers are woven transversely and longitudinally into the material. This prevents defects from spreading when mechanically ruptured.