I’m not going to bash either product because if you really want an opinion about those three products, they are all well made tactical products but they really are more about the mission or the preference you have in your work space. Here in Pennsylvania, I’ve told people many times, that we can get all 4 Seasons, Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring. And when i mean all 4 Seasons, I mean zero degrees to 103 F in the same year. Which tactical polo is going to work well for you in that situation? I have some customers that love the Woolrich Elite Polos because they are a looser fit, but some customers don’t like them because they are heavier in weight compared to 5.11, Tru-Spec or Eotac stuff.
Many of the products we sell from Tru-Spec are very well received. Even though we are clearing out some other tactical apparel product lines, many of our customers are trying to move away from the 5.11 tactical clothing and we have been successful in moving the Tru Spec shirts that have been coming in. There will be a new line of the Gunny approved Tru-Spec product line in the coming weeks. There are also new backpacks and lightweight tactical vests coming in with the product line. We are hoping to add more and more lightweight products including the new gunny pants that have slight differences, yet improvements to the 24/7 series.