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5.11 Utili-T Shirts remain tucked in to keep you looking professional at all times. Law enforcement, military and fire professionals consistently choose the 5.11 Utili-T undershirt for uniform wear. Longer than most crew neck T-Shirts so that the shirt stays tucked in no matter what the activity. Made of 100% ring spun cotton, the Utili-T is comfortable, durable and a great value. The shirt can be worn under ballistic vests, as a casual shirt or used for everyday under uniform wear. Packaged in a convenient set of three.
Made of 100% 4.5 ounce ring spun cotton, 5.11 Utili-T Shirts can be worn in all types of conditions both on and off duty. The 5.11 Utili-T Shirts are made to the high standards demanded by Law Enforcement, Military and Fire Professionals. The 100% cotton material is of high quality and has double needle tailoring at the shoulder. The Utili-T crew shirts have a one inch, no roll, high density collar that won't sag or fray.
Was looking for a light t-shirt to wear under my uniform. The first time I wore the shirts they were enormous in every sense of the word, but after washing them just once or twice, they shrunk pretty well. They now fit wonderfully. I'm 5'6'' and 125 lbs, so a great option for a more petite person... once you wash it
I got it from official 5.11 shop in Korea. now it's changed to other name whatever.
5'9'' and 235 lbs and I wear L size. I think it's long enough to put it in my pants.
If you are going to buy Sand T-shirts, just buy this one. i own both of them, Surely this one is better.
I am a bigger guy 5'9 265 lbs and while at first these did fit and tuck fine after several washes they did shrink in length. They remain comfortable as far as the total fit of the shirt but now the shirts are too short to be able to tuck into my pants. I ordered some that were a size larger and while I could wear them quite a bit longer they too are not getting too short. This is a great deal on a 3 pack of shirts but if you're a bigger guy who has trouble with keeping shirts tucked I would recommend spending the extra cash on a shirt that will keep its length.
I bought a pack a year ago. They were great. These must be made from someone else. These are shorter and untuck easily. They've gone cheap.
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