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The APECS design is constructed using the Multicam camouflage pattern. This updated garment design provides better versatile weather protection, operations effectiveness, image suppression, and is softer and quieter in the field.
The APECS is constructed with a three-layer Multicam camo fabric built lighter in weight for enhanced performance and quieter then the original ECWCS. Engineered with a PTFE windproof, waterproof and breathable Mil Spec membrane it maintains waterproofness after exposure to contaminants, such as jet fuel, gasoline, hydraulic fluid, DEET, and other petroleums, oils, and lubricants.
- Lighter weight, quieter three-layer Multicam for enhanced performance
- Windproof, waterproof, breathable, and retains its water resistance after exposure to contaminates such as jet fuel, gasoline, hydraulic fluid, DEET, other petroleums, oils and lubricants
- Stowable hood
- Reduced n-IR technology
- Two zippered front breast pockets
- YKK waterproof front, pit, and breast pocket zippers
- Rank tab on left breast pocket
- Two angled sleeve pockets with velcro flaps
- 330 Denier nylon matching / Cordura elbow patches
- Added length over the standard ECWCS jacket
- Larger chest measurement for increased mobility
- No liner for lighter weight
- Two lower patch pockets with hand warmers and velcro flaps
- Velcro sleeve adjustors
- Moisture wicking barrier at sleeve and bottom hems
- Seamed sealed with three-layer seam tape
- Approved for use by the U.S. Air Force
- Sewn to Military Specification MIL-DTL-32157
- Made in the USA / Berry Compliant
NICE. But, not USAF Scorpion OCP pattern
Posted by Chaplain on Nov 15th 2019
Incredible, high-quality construction, light weight but strong, and comfortable wear. Size medium-tall fit perfectly, like my favorite civilian clothing brands. (I'm 6'2" and thin) Unfortunately I had to exchange for the scorpion pattern, as this is the old deployed multicam pattern, and does not match the new mandatory-wear Air Force OCP pattern.