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Newly developed to provide a hot weather alternative to the Operator smock, the operator shirt or lightweight tropical jacket is designed with durability and ventilation in mind. Slotted buttons are used on the pocket flaps and down the shirt so they will not fall off accidentally. The shirt features two large bulgy pockets on the front which can zip open like chest dump pockets and large arm pockets with a small insignia panel on the arms to reduce the velcro coverage. The shirt cuffs close with velcro and have a pleated gusset designed in to prevent dirt and dust from entering the wrist area. No central zip which will prevent air from reaching the body. The underarms are not sewn together, but are left open and an extra panel of mesh material is sewn in place. This automatically ventilates under the arms and near the upper back and chest areas with movement. The shirt or lightweight jacket has no waist pockets, so it can be worn tucked into trousers or openly. Elbows are reinforced with a double layer of material. Made from genuine German military shirt fabric stock, twill weave. Sizes M (38-40in), L (41-43in), XL (44-46).
Available options are: M , L , XL .
Detail of bulgy chest pocket, with zipper access to side and slotted button flaps.
Detail of slotted button front
The underarm ventilation runs from under the bicep to ribs but is discreetly tucked away in the camouflage fabric.
Arm pocket detail showing slanted arm pockets positioned for easy access even when kneeling or prone.
The back of the shirt
The left side of the shirt.
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