Propper Launches New Class B Uniform

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Professional look and tactical practicality come together in the NEW Propper Class B Uniform.

Propper Class B Uniform

The new woven shirt and lower-profile tactical pant come in both men’s and women’s versions.

The new Propper Class B puts many of the same great tactical features that we have offered for years into a professional package.

Addressing an ever-growing need, uniform manufacturer Propper International has introduced the new Class B Uniform for law enforcement departments. The new woven shirt and lower-profile tactical pant come in both men’s and women’s versions and meet the requirements for spec in many US police and sheriff’s departments.

“Many departments choose tactical pants and a woven shirt for their class B uniforms, products we have manufactured for decades,” said Joe Ruggeri, Senior Vice President of Merchandising and Product Development. “The new Propper Class B puts many of the same great tactical features that we have offered for years into a professional package.”

Offered in poly/cotton twill or ripstop, the pants and shirt both feature durable water repellent (DWR) to ward off spills and dirt. Pintucks and collar stays keep the shirt looking sharp and crisp while an oversized 2¼” reinforced waistband on the pants helps support a duty belt.

The Class B Uniform pants and shirts, in long sleeve and short sleeve, are currently offered in black, LAPD Navy, and khaki.

Learn more and view product videos at https://www.propper.com/classb

About Propper

Propper has made tactical gear with a purpose for over 50 years, since their first U.S. Navy contract in 1967. Today, Propper designs and manufactures professional level tactical apparel and gear for military, law enforcement and public safety professionals, and civilians, whether in the service, on the job, or off for the weekend.

For more information, press only:
David Workman
636-685-1062
davidw(at)propper(dot)com

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http://www.propper.com

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