The British Under Body Armour Combat Shirt (UBACS) for hot weather, a clever thing to wear under body armor. These are modern PCS issue with the new MTP camo.
Because body armour tends to be hot to wear, you can at least minimize the suck with the right undergarment. Gone are the days when you would don the vest over a combat jacket.
A short stand-up collar, half-length zipper, adjustable cuffs and velcro pockets on the sleeves. The torso part is made of breathable mesh fabric, and the rest is normal polycotton blend with Multi Terrain Pattern camouflage.
PCS updates over the CS95 are as follows:
- Top of the zipper has a protective flap
- Raglan sleeves
- Torso colour is green
- Slanted pockets for ease of use
- Cuff adjustment buttonhole is covered
- Pockets for shoulder and sleeve padding have been omitted
Sizes in recommended user's total length and chest circumference in centimetres. These grow wider as they grow taller, so if you´re really tall but skinny you'll need an oversized shirt to have long enough sleeves.
In such a good condition that we'll go ahead and describe these as unissued kit.
British CS95 Combat Shirt, MTP, surplus
British PCS combat jacket, MTP, unissued
British CS95 Windproof trousers, MTP, surplus
British MVP rain jacket, MTP, surplus
British Osprey SA80 open top ammunition pouch, MTP, surplus
British Undergarment, Body Armour, surplus
Särmä TST L1 T-shirt, Merino Wool
British PCS Windproof Smock, MTP, surplus
British PCS trousers, MTP, surplus
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Aino S. 26.04.2017
Yllätyksenä tuli, että paita on käsitelty jonkunlaisella hyönteiskarkoitteella, jonka normikäytössä pitäisi kestää 6kk-1vuoden. Kandee hommaa jos ei vielä oo, tästä täydelline paita ulkoiluun ja muuhun risukossa pyörimiseen.
Satu M. 29.07.2017
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Mikko L. 31.05.2018 (Edited 31.05.2018)
Military equipment is traditionally excellent stuff; it combines durability with very affordable prices. Army surplus finds its way to the civilian market in the following way: the armed forces of one country or other decides to get rid of big batches of perfectly serviceable gear due to cuts in military budgets, said gear becoming obsolete or redundant or some other similar reason. Some of this stuff then finds its way to our storehouse, sometimes directly, sometimes through a third party. Every once in a while we even get random batches of collectibles and rarities from obscure corners of the world.