Like their long sleeved brothers, the SADF short sleeve shirts are a great companion in and out of town; the Nutria Brown cotton-polyester fabric blend wears very hard, hides dirt and grime, and excels at keeping the sun at bay. Based on the info printed on the tags, these shirts are from the very last years of the Border War (1990s). This may explain why they were never issued and are still in their original packaging.
Each shirt has two pockets with box pleats, perfect for storing small items like papers, tissues, and pens. The pocket buttons are protected from snagging on vegetation or loose gear.
80/20 cotton/poly blend.
“Nutria Brown” color goes well with Coyote Brown gear.
Five button button-down shirt.
Two spare buttons sewn to the bottom right inside.
Two button-secured front pockets.
Shoulder passants for epaulets, rank tabs, or pack straps.
Loop at neck for hanging and carrying shirt by fingers.
Note that the measurements are that of the clothing itself. They are not measurements of the user.
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All shirts are unissued and still in the original plastic packaging.