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PROPPER unveils innovative stretch tactical shirt
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Mar '13
PROPPER INTERNATIONAL announces the STL Shirt, the first tactical shirt on the market made entirely with technical stretch fabric. Part of the LS1 collection, the STL Shirt combines tactical functionality with premium details to offer maximum mobility and performance on or off the job.

The STL Shirt is made from lightweight nylon/spandex stretch fabric that moves with the body to enhance speed and agility. The DWR finish sheds water and spills to maintain a professional appearance.

Stretch fabric isn’t the only innovation on the STL Shirt. PROPPER incorporates sleek magnet closures on both chest pockets to enhance their functionality. These strong magnet closures offer quicker access than a zipper and quieter access than hook and loop. Many items in the LS1 collection feature similar magnet closures and stretch fabrics to elevate the wearer’s performance.

The STL Shirt is available in short sleeve and long sleeve versions. The shirt features an elongated shirt tail to maintain a professional appearance, along with standard tactical features like underarm gussets and pen pockets. It is available in black, khaki, olive and LAPD navy, and pairs with the stretch STL I Pant or STL II Pant to create a highly functional uniform.

ABOUT PROPPER

PROPPER INTERNATIONAL is one of the largest suppliers to the United States armed forces, having manufactured over 120 million garments for the U.S. Department of Defense. PROPPER also manufactures apparel for law enforcement, first responder and tactical markets. PROPPER commercial products are distributed through more than 3,000 military, public safety, outdoor and specialty retail stores and websites across the country.

ABOUT SDIA

Sheep Dog Impact Assistance has three primary missions – provide assistance to military, law enforcement, fire and other emergency personnel in times of hardship; support communities during natural or human-afflicted disasters; and provide information on survival and disaster preparedness.

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