News | January 23, 2019

New Professional Made-To-Order Duty Collection From Propper

Propper’s new Duty Collection offers departments a new level of uniform customization.

St. Charles, MO (PRWEB) - The new Duty Collection from Propper offers departments custom features in made-to-order uniforms.

“The new Duty Collection gives departments the option to customize elements of their uniforms,” said Joe Ruggeri, VP of Product Development for Propper.

Available in five colors – black, white, khaki, midnight navy, and LAPD navy – the customizable Duty Collection (formerly Class B) builds on a base shirt and pant with options to fit department requirements, including fabric and styling detail options. The collection also includes the new Duty Uniform Armor Carrier, which is compatible with both 2- and 4-piece soft body armor, and the Duty Uniform Armor Shirt, a matching moisture-wicking, anti-odor base layer.

“The new Duty Uniform Armor Carrier matches departmental uniform shirts, allowing an easy-on, easy-off option for soft panel concealed armor to be worn outside,” explained Ruggeri.

Duty Collection shirts come in a broad size range, XS-5XL, and the pants come unhemmed for a customizable fit. Due to variations in armor sizes, the uniform carrier is individually sized.

The entire Duty Collection looks good all shift with Teflon™ fabric protector to repel stains and liquids.

For more info on the Duty Collection and Propper’s complete lineup of gear and apparel, visit Propper.com.

About Propper

Propper has made tactical gear with a purpose for over 50 years, since their first U.S. Navy contract in 1967. Today, Propper designs and manufactures professional level tactical apparel and gear for military, law enforcement and public safety professionals, and civilians, whether in the service, on the job, or off for the weekend.

For more information on Propper:

http://www.propper.com

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