Teesar ECWCS Gen III Level 2 underwear, black
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- Elastic waist on the pants, access fly
- 95% polyester, 5% spandex
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Sizes according to user height / chest girth in centimetres (marked size in the brackets). These are determined by us, so you can simply measure yourself and trust the numbers.
- By picking the size by the numbers, you'll get a snug fit.
- If you like it more loose, pick a size larger.
- If you fall between sizes, pick the larger one.
- If the width size is right, but height size seems too big, don't panic, it doesn't matter. Some people don't care if the size is nominally too short either.
- The height measurements are good for the shirts, the trousers are always quite short. Don't worry, it's not a matter of life and death if you use this as a second layer or with long socks and hi-leg boots.
Teesar is a brand of STURM, just like Mil-Tec. While not probably warproof, these should hold up nicely in casual use.