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Monday, July 11, 2011

Latest SORD USA MultiCam Field Uniform Photos

SORD MultiCam Jacket
In about three weeks we will have the full stock of all sizes for the MultiCam Field Uniforms by SORD USA. Here are some of the latest photos of the jacket and pants in the Crye Precision pattern. The same Uniform is produced in A-TACS camouflage and Tan. 

SORD has manufactued their jacket and trousers in a lightweight 50/50 NYCO Ripstop blend for the MultiCam and A-TACS camouflage and an extremely light 100% Cotton for the Tan selection. 

The Field Uniform Jacket is designed with a button down closure. You will have plenty of of storage space in nine pockets total with a mix of velcro and zipper openings. The uniform comes equipped with velcro covers with the same color as the jacket when not using identification tapes and badges on the hook and loop strips located at the chest and arms. The mandarin collar has a velcro closure for a custom fit.

SORD MultiCam Pants
The Field Uniform Pants are designed for comfort and ultimate function. They have a Velcro closure for a custom true to fit each time you wear them and reinforced knees and rear for rugged active use. Large buttons are utilized to close off cargo pockets to keep from fumbling about when wearing gloves and they did not skimp on places to keep your tools and gear with ten pockets in total. 

The SORD Field Jacket and Pants are available in Small, Medium, Large, and X-Large for $59.99 each. Tan in currently available for shipment and we will be sending our initial orders for Multicam and A-TACS in three weeks as the new production run comes in stock. SORD USA Products can be ordered online at PredatorArmament.com

Keep an eye out for new A-TACS uniform photos coming soon along with more catalog MultiCam shots. We are excited to be offering SORD's high quality products garnered from working hand in hand with providing custom tactical gear and military clothing for Special Operations members. This has been the driving force in their production line and is carried along in their name, Special Operations Research and Development (S.O.R.D.)