The lightweight poly/rayon blend is both soft to the touch and breathable…and, incredibly comfortable. The TEC Shirt has 8 pockets and compartments, including a special secure pocket for travel documents, iPod® and cell phone pockets, pen pockets, secret pocket and memory card pocket. The loose fitting design is very versatile. It can be worn on its own or as an extra layer over a t-shirt for added warmth and extra carrying space. At airport security, you can just remove it and send it through the xray.
To be perfectly frank, I'm not impressed. I looks like a run-of-the-mill tactical shirt. My old beat up 5.11 Tactical Shirt has pockets for my Treo and a duty pistol on the other side, with no sagging whatsoever. Blackhawk makes tactical shirts with what they call a "Media Player Pocket" that includes hidden routing for your headphone cord.
Personally, I think $70.00 is just way to expensive in a market with similar functioning clothing at half that price.
For the civilian, just discovering interior pocketed clothing, it will probably be a hit. For heavy duty users, they already know where to get the same thing for less.
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