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No experience with 'em, but it looks like a pretty good hot weather cover garment :hand10:
 

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And it's your first post here...welcome aboard :hand36:

That's a pretty good link...lots of different gear available :hand10:
 

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5.11 makes a real good one almost the same , never tryed the one you showed but i have the 5.11 ones and like them alot.
 

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Doesn't Look to bad for a cover Garment cost isn't bad

im Guessing your ordering from Israeli?? Getting it might be a problem ..
 

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No Problem with my order.

I ordered 2 of these and go them in about 8 days after order. They came airmail from Tel Aviv. I ordered mine from www.israelmilitary.com

I really like them as summer cover garments as I am not a vest guy. They look great over a T shirt either buttoned or un-buttoned.

Very good quality, and they "do up well" as my wife says.

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rnf: Thanks for the link. That may become my new favorite web-store. My "Israel: Uzi Does It" t-shirt needs company! LOL!!! (It was a gift from a friend who is a Rabbi.)
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rnfuller said:
I ordered 2 of these and go them in about 8 days after order. They came airmail from Tel Aviv. I ordered mine from www.israelmilitary.com

I really like them as summer cover garments as I am not a vest guy. They look great over a T shirt either buttoned or un-buttoned.

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Randy, how is the sizing? I read some references on other boards and they seemed to indicate that the sizing ran small. One said that he could not move his shoulders in a large yet large was what he bought for cover garments usually. Another said he had an XL and that it fit like an L. What is your experience?
 

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rnfuller said:
I ordered 2 of these and go them in about 8 days after order. They came airmail from Tel Aviv. I ordered mine from www.israelmilitary.com

I really like them as summer cover garments as I am not a vest guy. They look great over a T shirt either buttoned or un-buttoned.

Very good quality, and they "do up well" as my wife says.

Randy
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Thats Good To know I've heard getting stuff from over seas was hit or miss that why i said the Above
 

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Thanks for the analysis, guys. I've been going back and forth about whether to order one. I think I'm going for it.
 

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These are tailored and do run a bit smaller than I am used to. I normally wear a L, but XL in these fit me better. Now If I had the washboard stomach, the sizing would be great, but the L is a little tight on my Dunlap disease!

Randy
 

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On the Zahal website did I see that they carry their weapons in the L chest position, with the butt sticking out for everyone to see?
 

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i don't see that big a difference in these and an untucked shirt....
with the exception of a straight cut tail....
 

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dimmak said:
i don't see that big a difference in these and an untucked shirt....
with the exception of a straight cut tail....
The only real difference I see, and I experience the same thing with an unbuttoned guayabera, is that the pockets at the bottom keep the jacket/shirt from blowing or falling open. The extra weight of the pockets help keep the touching you. If more weight is needed just put an extra magazine in the pocket. I don't often wear the guayabera unbuttoned, but the first thing I noticed when I did was that the stayed in place better than a regular shirt.
 
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thanks alot Cougar7464, another thing I HAD to buy.... ;)
Diddo; I just bought 2.:danceban:
 

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Those are some sweet looking shirts for just about any method of carry. I'll have to throw a couple of those into the budget.
 
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