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Thread: 5.11 Covert casual Shirt

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    I just bought a 5.11 Covert Casual Shirt. http://www.511tactical.com/511-cover...irt-71170.html



    This is NOT the same as the already awesome 5.11 Tactical Shirt http://www.511tactical.com/511-tacti...ton-71152.html



    The major difference is the Casual Shirt has the velcro secret pocket opening on the inside of the shirt, as opposed to the outside likethe tac shirt has.

    Both are great, but I like the casual shirt much better. The buttons on the shirt are actually fake, with snaps under them. This allows one to pull the shirt open quickly to get access to the inside pockets.

    This shirt is perfect for concealed carry, or carrying a back up while also open carrying. There are slots at the bottom of the shirt that make open carry and snag-free drawing a breeze.

    I've been carrying my baby Glock in it all day and not only can nobody tell, I can hardly notice it either. And as far as whereing it just as a shirt, it's VERY COMFORTABLE!! A great summer shirt!

    I'm definitely getting a couple more of these. I've seen them for $29 and $39 on other web sites, which is cheaper than the 5.11 site.

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    I have something very similar from Woolrich Elite. Their website has been "under construction" for weeks now :X but here's a retailer page. No cunning snaps or secret pockets, but the lowest button on the placket and the buttons on the side vents have velcro backing, so that the lower flaps of the shirt can be readily swept up with your off-hand. This is really a shirt that's made for CCing on the belt, but it is also very comfy.

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    Woolrich Elite had a major falling out with Elite Operator Tactical (who was the brains and design behind Woolrich Elite) and so they parted ways with Woolrich producing sub quality clothing while Frenando Coelo (top dog at EOT) is branching out and will have a new high quality product line on the market in a few months if not sooner. http://www.eotac.com/ class="post"

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