BLACKHAWK! Launches New Apparel Line

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posted on May 18, 2016
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BLACKHAWK! will unveil a new apparel line at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, which take place in Louisville, Ky., May 20-22, 2016. The line features 14 new clothing styles and 10 new headwear options, all designed for comfort and confidence while performing at the highest level.

“BLACKHAWK! is the only brand with authentic military heritage, and we wanted to create a line that stayed true to the brand’s roots, with durability and function at its core,” said Jamie Lindberg, BLACKHAWK! senior manager of apparel merchandising.

The line has two distinct categories. The BLACKHAWK! Pursuit collection includes the new Pursuit Tactical Pant, long sleeve and short sleeve shirts, and a feature-packed Tactical Softshell Jacket. Pursuit styles feature durable ripstop fabric, new pocket system technologies and waterproof functionality. The garments are designed for operators and personnel who demand a reliable blend of function and security. The balance of the 2016 apparel line is designed to make every-day concealed carry more comfortable with well-designed features and innovative fabrics. Non-printing casual shirts and polos are designed for daily wear and to retain BLACKHAWK! functionality. 

“By creating this new apparel line, we wanted to allow our loyal consumers to have BLACKHAWK! products to cover them from head to toe,” Lindberg said.

For more, visit BLACKHAWK.com.

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