• 5.11 TACTICAL 5.11 Tactical, Perforamance Short Sleeve Polo Shirt
  • 5.11 TACTICAL 5.11 Tactical, Perforamance Short Sleeve Polo Shirt

5.11 TACTICAL 5.11 Tactical, Perforamance Short Sleeve Polo Shirt

  • A new standard in high performance, moisture wicking polo shirts for men, our Performance line of polyester polo shirts provide superior moisture management technology and quick drying characteristics that allow you to operate at peak levels while remaini
  • Brand: 5.11 TACTICAL
  • Article number: CSH-71049724XS
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A new standard in high performance, moisture wicking polo shirts for men, our Performance line of polyester polo shirts provide superior moisture management technology and quick drying characteristics that allow you to operate at peak levels while remaining cool, comfortable, and in control throughout your shift. Built from our proprietary SmartWeave fabric, Performance Polo Shirts offer snag, rip, and wrinkle resistance for a clean, neat appearance that lasts all day long. Additional features include gusseted sleeves for freedom of movement, pen pockets at the left sleeve for quick convenience, integrated mic clips to keep you connected, and a no roll collar. Accept no substitutes ��� 5.11�� Performance polyester polo shirts are the consistent choice of law enforcement and first responders worldwide. Overview: - Professional appearance, lasting comfort - Snag, rip, and wrinkle resistant SmartWeave fabric - No roll collar - Dual pen pockets at left sleeve - Integrated mic loops at the shoulders and chest - Moisture wicking, quick drying Specifications: - 6.7 oz. jersey knit polyester - Fully gusseted sleeves - Traditional three button placket - Melamine buttons won't burn, crack, or melt - Bartacking at major stress points - Accepts embroidery and silkscreening - Odor Control technology that inhibits the growth of odor-causing bacteria