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U.S. Air Force Surplus Drifire Airman Battle Shirt, New

Item # WX2-667328

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Details & Specs

The Airman Battle Shirt is a new addition to the Airman Battle Uniform, designed to deliver superior moisture-wicking, high-activity comfort to airmen deployed in extremely hot environments. Very similar to the Army Combat Shirt, the ABS is made to be both lightweight and breathable, and fits easily under Improved Outer Tactical Vest armor.

Ground-breaking DRIFIRE synthetics technology!

Drifire aramid fabric is designed not only to help the wearer survive, but to also keep you comfortable in the most inhospitable scenarios. Sweat is absorbed away from the body and swiftly conducted to the outer surface to control body temperature under high activity. The aramid structure of the fabric is self-extinguishing, non-melting and non-dripping. In the event of an explosion, the fabric maintains its structure to prevent additional damage to skin.

Top quality U.S. military issue!

Made to the strictest specs, and for use in today's demanding battle environments. Ready to survive and thrive during camping, hiking, hunting and more. Each of these ABS Shirts were made with pride in the USA.

  • U.S. Air Force issue
  • 100% Drifire aramid fabric
  • Fire-resistant, no melt, no drip
  • Reinforced elbows for strength
  • Hook-and-loop cuffs to keep out dust and wind
  • Pockets on both sleeves to keep gear in easy reach

No Sweat! Grab your genuine Airman Battle Shirt here!

Key Specifications
  • Item Number: 667328
  • Material: Drifire aramid
  • Color: ABU (Airman Battle Uniform Camo)
  • Care: Machine wash/dry
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Condition: New, never issued
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