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Brown CONCAMO LK UBACS Combat Shirt

The under armour combat shirt in Brown CONCamo twill fabric from Leo Koehler utilises the proven German Army desert moisture wicking shirt body as the torso layer, with the brown tone confusion camo collar and sleeves over the top. The UBACS shirt features a full collar that can be retained upright with hidden velcro loop, upper arm pockets faced with velcro and velcro cuffs. The pockets are made to the same design as the arm pockets on the German KSK shirt, and fold over to prevent loss of contents. Use of velcro to secure the collar together removes the pressure point created by a 1/4 length zipper. The brown undershirt collar is retained within the shirt for better durability by removing the possiblity of fraying at the seam between the NYCO material and the stretchable torso material. Blood patch velcro strips are located on the torso chest and an additional name tape strip is located on the left chest. Sizes are M (39-41in chest), L (42-44in chest), XL (43-45in chest)

Available options are: M , L , XL .

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The left side of the shirt and arm pocket.

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The rear of the shirt with the brown coyote brown torso. The fabric has stretch, but is cut loosely for comfort rather than for compression.

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The right side of the shirt, showing the arm pocket.

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The shirt worn together with the trousers.

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