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Military Tactical Clothing



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By : Brian Jones    29 or more times read
Submitted 2010-03-10 00:00:00
Tactical clothing is considered to be any attire that is used by personnel like military troops, hunters or anyone who needs to move around and to stay hidden and at the same time stay protected from outside elements or intrusions. Tactical clothing should be designed to shield your body from harm, while still allowing persons to move swiftly which may include a lot of running and jumping. Tactical clothing can be either one section of clothing or a full suit ranging from boots, pants, vest and headwear. All your tactical gears clothes should fit you properly while providing you with the flexibility of being mobile.

One of the more susceptible sections of your body is your chest and torso area. Most defense forces have various sets of shirts and vest made for their respective fields which are sometimes interchanged to the according to the intensity of their mission. Tactical shirts are either manufactured to be thin and lightweight or thick and insulated and each can be put on depending on what the purpose of the mission might and the type of environment you will be working in. More likely if you are in a very humid atmosphere then the climate conditions would require you to wear thin and lightweight clothing that protects you from the harshness sun but but in the same instance keeps you cool and allow you to move faster. In colder environments the opposite would apply, thicker and insulated clothing would be ideal, especially when you are required to carry a lot of equipments with you on your mission. Most of these shirts are usually mnufactured with hidden pockets to store additional items from external view. It is also essential that your tactical shirt fits you properly, if a person is uncomfortable wearing it, this may create problems during times of travel.

In general most tactical pants are created with plenty pockets, both hidden and visible. They should be able to be worn in any climate which is why they are made waterproof to help an individual in situation when they are operating in a wet and cold environment. These pants should also be manufactured with a tie shut at the ankle which when closed is capable of trapping heat inside for your own protection. Keep in mind, that whoever wears, tactical clothing should always feel comfortable since most likely they will be wearing them for long periods at a time. In this case, men and women normally need different size pants, women need pants that are wider at the hips, while men need pants that are more straight. Some of these tactical pants are even created so that they can be adjusted by using zippers and adjustable straps.

Apart from the regular tactical clothing, that includes shirt and pants there also additional jackets and vest that can be placed over these garments to add extra protection. There are also supplies made such as groin guards to protect the groin area and helmets used to protect the head in battle, these gears are not often used but in some situations they may also become a needed requirement.
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