The USMC pants are pants worn during combat by the US Marine Corps. The battle uniform currently used by the US Marines is the Marines Corps Combat Utility Uniform, MCCUU. The colors which MCCUU is offered in are MARPAT woodland and MARPAT desert, depending on the environment and season a marine will wear either one. The MCCUU is not offered for sale to civilians therefore the ACU design is offered in almost identical colors, digital desert camouflage and digital woodland camouflage. The Propper USMC pants are commonly referred to as ACU pants, digital camouflage pants, digital camo trousers, tactical pants, combat pants, battle trousers, military pants, digital fatigues, marine pants.
USMC Shirts & Coats
The USMC shirts & coats are shirts & coats that are worn by the US marine, the ACU coat and a fleece jacket. The battle uniform currently used by the US Marines is the Marines Corps Combat Utility Uniform, MCCUU. The colors which MCCUU is offered in are MARPAT woodland and MARPAT desert, depending on the environment and season a marine will wear either one. The MCCUU is not offered for sale to civilians therefore the ACU design is offered in almost identical colors to MARPAT, digital desert camouflage and digital woodland camouflage. The fleece is to be worn under the MCCUU as a layer to provide warmth in colder weather conditions. The Propper USMC shirts & coats are commonly referred to as ACU coats, digital camo shirts, camouflage coats, marpat shirts, digital woodland shirt, digital desert shit, marines shirt, military digital shirt, digital marines shirt, USMC digital, usmc uniform.
FROG, short for Flame Resistant Organizational Gear is United States Marine Corps clothing specifically designed to protect against and reduce the number of injuries resulting from fire and flash. The FROG was a result of the increased use of IEDs, Improvised Explosive Device in the Iraq War. The purpose of the FROG is to increase survivability and mobility of individuals serving as US Marines supporting the Global War on Terrorism. The FROG system consists of long sleeve shirts, T-shirts, combat shirts, combat trousers, gloves and balaclava. All these components are Flame Resistant (FR), defending against IEDs and other fire and extreme heat threats. The FROG is made of new materials that wont burn or melt when exposed to flames in tests that were conducted by the US Marines. The tests concluded that the new clothing significantly reduced the risk of third degree burns from an estimate of 15 to 20 percent likelihood with the old uniform to 5 percent likelihood with FROG. The current MCCUU is essential to the FROG I uniform, when worn properly provides protection of up to 3 seconds when exposed to flames, FROG I also includes light and mid weight balaclava, long sleeve t-shirts and gloves. For protection against flames greater then 3 seconds, the FROG II was designed. The combat shirt and combat pants are part of FROG II. The FROG II provides 4 seconds of protection against flames. The material used to construct the FROG II is self-extinguishing at 4 seconds of flame exposure allowing Marines the time to safely get away from the flame source. The FROG is made primarily from a blend of materials that includes flame resistant fibers; it protects against flames but is not fire proof. FROG apparel provides a big advantage for US Marines, it provides protection against flames for a longer period of time and reduced third degree burns. The FROG can be worn with the rest of the combat equipment worn by the US Marines and provides an increased amount of flame protection. Currently the US Marines serving in the Iraq War are wearing the new FROG apparel. Proppers FROG clothing is commonly referred to as FROG trousers, FROG shirts, flame resistant organizational gear pants, usmc frog, fire resistant uniform, flame resistant, fire resistant uniform, Marines uniform, fire retardant clothing, flame retardant gear.
Proppers Adventure Tech APCU layering system, short for Advanced Protective Combat Uniform is a highly advanced layering system designed to meet the specifications of the military, law enforcement and other tactical operators. The APCU guarantees the highest range of comfort and performance for any tactical operator with its unstoppable combination of application-specific design and body-mapping technology. This superior layering system consist of 7 highly technical layers which when combined can protect from the harshest weather conditions and most extreme environments including hot desert environments, extreme cold environments and extreme wet environments. The APCU was created as a superior alternative layering systems such as the generation 2 and generation 3 ECWCS. No other layering system available today features more technology, comfort, and design elements packed into every level. The APCU system is constructed with the next generation of technical fabrics that are light, durable, compactable and extremely functional. Properties of the fabrics used to construct the APCU layering system include anti-microbial, static dissipation, Schoeller Nanospehre and Gore-Tex. Since the APCU layering system is constructed to protect against a wide range of temperatures and environmental conditions it is not intended to wear all 7 layers at a time, layers are mixed and matched to protect against the environment one is operating in. The 7 levels of Adventure Tech APCU layering system are, Level 1 Lightweight Baselayer Top & Bottom, Level 2 Midweight Baselayer Top & Bottom, Level 3 Power Stretch Pullover and Spy Hoodie, Level 4 Windshirt, Level 5 Softshell Jacket & Pant, Level 6 Gore-Tex Rain Jacket & Pant and Level 7 Insulated Parka & Pant. A USMC fleece is also part of the Adventure Tech series but does not fall into one of the seven levels. The fleece is intended to be used when operating in cold to extremely cold weather conditions. A chart can be found on our online Propper catalog on how to match layers to protect against a range of weather and environmental conditions. Proppers Adventure Tech APCU layering system is commonly referred to as layering clothing, layering system, propper APCU, adventure tech APCU, APCU level, military layers, tactical layering system, law enforcement outerwear.
The APECS, short for All Purpose Environmental Clothing System is an outer layer set of a parka and trouser. The APECS is worn by both the US Marine Corps and the US Air Force during extreme weather conditions. The APECS was chosen over the 4th layer of the Generations 2 ECWCS due to its superior qualities. Advantages of the APECS include it is lighter in weight, lower in bulk, generates less noise, is more moisture vapor permeable and has an improved water repellency when compared to the ECWCS. The NIR technology featured in the APECS resists detection by night vision equipment. The APECS garments are used by both the US Air Force and the US Marine Corps, When used by the US Air Force the APECS features a digital tiger stripe camouflage pattern and when used by the US Marines Corps it features a digital desert camouflage pattern. The APECS outer layer garments are commonly referred to as USMC APECS, APECS parka, APECS trousers, Marine APECS, Air Force Apecs, camouflage parkas, camouflage trousers.
Subdued Urban Camouflage
The subdued urban camouflage is a camouflage pattern constructed to be worn for military operation on urbanized terrain. The subdued urban camouflage allows one to blend into dark urbanized terrains. The subdued urban camouflage uses the following colors, black and shades of grey. The Subdued Urban camouflage was tested by the US Marine Corps as a camouflage color for urbanized terrains in the late 1990’s. Currently the subdued urban camouflage is not an official issue for the USMC or any US Military branch. The Ecuadorian National Police wear and the Federal Police GOPES of Mexico used subdued urban camouflage. Subdued urban camouflage is commonly known as subdued urban camo, military camouflage, black camouflage, black camo, black and grey camouflage, black and grey camo, black and gray camouflage, black and gray camo, dark camouflage, dark camo.
Digital Woodland Camouflage
The Digital Woodland Camouflage is one of the new MARPAT camouflages, short for MARine PATtern camouflage which was first introduced in 2003 with the new authorized uniforms. The digital woodland camouflage is pixilated version of the woodland camouflage pattern which was introduced as one of the patterns for the Marines Corps Combat Utility Uniform, MCCUU. The MCCUU replaced the BDU, once the standard generic battle uniform used throughout the US Military. The digital woodland camouflage is formed by a number of small rectangular pixels color, green, brown, tan and black. The pixilated camouflage is proven to be more effective because it mimics textures and rough boundaries found in any environment when compared to the BDU camouflage. The MARPAT digital woodland camouflage is exclusively used by the US Marines of all the Military branches. Digital woodland camouflage is used by the following military’s, Thailand, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Honduras, Iraq, Bosnia and much more. Currently the US Marines are wearing the MARPAT digital woodland camouflage to fight the War in Iraq. Digital Woodland Camouflage is commonly referred to as woodland digital camouflage, MARPAT woodland, Marines digital, woodland MARPAT, USMC digital camo, USMC digital woodland, USMC digital, USMC digital camouflage, marine corps camo, marine corps digital camo, woodland digital camo, woodland digital, marine woodland digital, MARPAT digital woodland, digital camouflage.
Digital Desert Camouflage
The Digital Desert Camouflage is one of the new MARPAT camouflages, short for MARine PATtern camouflage which was first introduced in 2003 with the new authorized uniform. The digital desert MARPAT camouflage is a pixilated camouflage pattern introduced as one of the patterns for the Marine Corps Combat Utility Uniform, MCCUU. The MCCUU replaced the previous standard battle uniform used by the US Marines, the BDU which is short for Battle Dress Uniform. The digital desert camouflage pattern is formed by a number of small rectangular pixels of colors. The reason for the new pattern design is it’s proven that the pixilated design is more effective because it mimics textures and rough boundaries found in any environment when compared to the BDU camouflage. The MARPAT digital desert camouflage is exclusively used by the US Marines of all the military branches. Digital desert camouflage are used by Kuwaitis military, the US Marines, Lebanon military, Croatia military, Estonia’s military, Poland’s military, Iraqis military and much more. The digital desert camouflage is commonly referred to as digital desert camo, marine digital camo, marines digital camo, marines digital, marine digital camouflage, MARPAT digital camouflage, MARPAT camouflage, digital camouflage, digital camo, USMC digital camouflage, desert digital camoufage, desert digital camo, MARPAT desert, marines desert digital, MARPAT camo, MARPAT camouflage, marine MARPAT, marine MARPAT desert .
The Propper pullovers and sweatshirt consist of three different models of sweatshirts and pullovers, an adventure tech USMC fleece jacket, an adventure tech APCU level 3 pullover, and an upgraded version of adventure tech level III pullover. The adventure tech USMC fleece jacket is built to military specifications. The fleece jacket has superior features which include windproof front/back yoke and elbows, heavy duty zippers in the front and under the arms, a draw cord at the hem and a high tapered collar. Proppers adventure tech USMC fleece jacket is comfortable jacket intended for everyday use and will keep you warm. Besides the marines using the fleece jacket, it is seen worn by civilians to keep warm. Proppers adventure tech APCU level 3 pullover is part of the 7 layers of the APCU layering system. APCU is short for Advanced Protective Combat Uniform, and is considered a superior layering system for tactical professionals. The APCU layering system features technical fabrics which have superior qualities, it is light weight, compactable, durable and ultra functional. The APCU layering system can be used as an alternative to other layering systems, such as the ECWCS generation 2 and 3 layering systems. Proppers APCU level III pullover is constructed of polartec powerstretch fabric which enhances mobility. The fabric provides warmth, breathability, moisture wicking and can be worn in a versatile temperature range. Proppers APCU level 3 pull over sweatshirt is an ideal product to be used by personnel taking part in tactical operations, such as the military, the navy, law enforcement and much more. Proppers adventure tech APCU level 3 can be worn by anyone in cold terrains. Proppers spy hoodie is an upgraded version of adventure techs APCU level pullover and is constructed of a comfortable polartec powerstretch polyester fabric which enhances mobility. The pullover sweatshirt features thumb holes allowing a more stable fit, a chest pocket to store documents and other essentials, and a two way zipper to allow ventilation. The key feature of the spy hoodie is the integrated contoured combat hood, which increases peripheral vision while also keeping the head warm. Proppers spy hoodie is worn by military personnel during tactical operations, and also by civilians during cold weather conditions. The Propper pullovers and sweatshirts are commonly referred to as adventure tech sweatshirts, adventure tech fleece, APCU USMC fleece, pullover sweatshirts, tactical sweatshirts, pullover sweatshirt, hooded sweatshirts, military sweat shirts.
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