5.11 FLASH Crew Short Sleeve Shirt Description:
Durable, comfortable and functional
51% S.T.™ cotton and 49% FR-x3 modacrylic fiber moisture wicking technology
Underarm mesh panel for greater range of motion
Flat-lock seams to prevent chafing
Printed label to prevent chafing
Having the right under shirt for a ballistic vest or other duty wear is crucial for comfort and performance. The FLASH™ Crew Short Sleeve Shirt fits that need with its unique design and features. Made with our revolutionary fire resistant fabric, this shirt will protect you in the most extreme situations. Fr-x3™ is a revolutionary new fire-retardant fabric exclusive to 5.11 Tactical. This unique material contains 51% S.T.™ cotton and 49% FR-x3 modacrylic fiber. The FLASH™ Crew Short Sleeve Shirt inherits cotton’s natural breathability, comfort, and ease of care. Its fire-retardant nature is inherent to the fabric and does not wash or wear out. FR-x3 exceeds minimum standards in NFPA tests for after-flame and no-drip properties according to ASTM D6413. Our saddle-shoulder construction offers greater range of motion and comfort and the flat-lock seams reduce friction in order to prevent chafing. The anti-microbial and moisture wicking features of the FLASH™ Crew Short Sleeve Shirt will keep you feeling cool and fresh all day.
Wearing ballistic vests can be very uncomfortable if the wrong undergarment is worn. Key comfort design features of the FLASH™ Crew Short Sleeve Shirt includes saddle- shoulder construction which offers greater range of motion and flat-lock seams which reduce friction in order to prevent chafing. Our revolutionary FR-x3 fabric provides additional protection when faced with fire. This fabric won’t drip or melt and will give you a few extra seconds of protection from extreme fire related heat.
When you work in a hazardous environment and face the possibility of fire, the FLASH™ Crew Short Sleeve Shirt is a must. Our exclusive fire retardant FR-x3 materials are an exceptional value when it comes to protecting you from the extreme dangers of fire.