The first step in battle camouflage for the world’s armed forces.
$40.00 – $41.00
To ensure your polo fits after multiple washings and if you also wear an undershirt, the polo fabric will be cut 1/3 size larger than standard cut sizes.
So, if you wear another brand’s X-Large Polo and it fits or is slightly snug, then our X-Large polo will fit “comfortably”*. If on the other hand; the other brand’s Polo X-large is “perfect or slightly loose”**, then you may consider ordering one size smaller than what you normally wear. Our polo’s were created with long term wear in mind and in the event they shrink due to high heat drying; the polo will wear as the size promised.
* The term “comfortably” refers to the polo having very little to no skin contact around the torso and abdomen area.
** “Perfect or slightly loose” is referring to the other brand’s polo that wears as desired in its NEW unwashed condition.
Some shirts that are non-polyester or polyester/cotton mix will shrink with washing and drying. Please consider this when placing your order to avoid getting a too small or large polo.
How to measure
Khaki is a color, a light shade of brown with a yellowish tinge. Khaki is an equal mix of sage and buff so it is considered a quinary color.
Khaki has been used by many armies around the world for uniforms, including camouflage. It has been used as a color name in English since 1848 when it was first introduced as a military uniform, and was called both drab and khaki—khaki being a translation of the English drab light-brown color. A khaki uniform is often referred to as khakis.
The United States Army adopted khaki during the Spanish–American War (1898), replacing their traditional blue field uniforms. The United States Navy and United States Marine Corps followed suit, authorizing khaki field and work uniforms.
When khaki was adopted for the continental British Service Dress in 1902, the shade chosen had a clearly darker and greener hue. This color was adopted with minor variations by all the British Empire Armies and the US expeditionary force of World War I, in the latter under the name olive drab. This shade of brown-green remained in use by many countries throughout the two World Wars.
Khaki was devised to protect soldiers against the dangers of the industrialized battlefield, where the traditional bright colors and elaborate costumes made them vulnerable to attack. A response to surveillance technologies and smokeless powder, khaki could camouflage soldiers in the field of battle.
Dry-Fit Jersey Mesh Polo
The entire Proud Americans Who Serve Polo line is made with high quality polyester material to ensure you have a polo shirt that will be the same size and quality after numerous washes with colors to that are unwavering in detail and resilience in color.
The Proud Americans Who Serve polo has unparalleled breathability for superior cooling. The Jersey mesh technology ensures breathable comfort all day long. This technology locks in color; keeping the designs and colors crisp-making these polos a must have fan favorite all season long.
The Proud Americans Who Serve Polos are made with flat lock stitching using 4 needles with 6 threads overlocking.
165 gsm / 4.87-ounce, 100% Jersey mesh polyester (front, back, and side panels)
Moisture wicking, eco-friendly, quick dry material
Around the neck tag-free label
Flat knit collar
3-button placket with dyed-to-match black buttons
Set-in, open hem sleeves
The official Proud Americans Who Serve label inside the collar
Packaged in individual polybags
Caring for your Proud Americans Who Serve Polo
Please adhere to these washing and drying instructions to ensure your shirt last for years to come.
- MACHINE WASH COLD
- WASH INSIDE OUT WITH LIKE COLORS
- DO NOT USE SOFTNERS
- REMOVE IMMEDIATELY
- DO NOT ALLOW TO LAY ON ITSELF WHEN WET
- DO NOT BLEACH
- COOL IRON
- DO NOT IRON DESIGN
- DO NOT DRY CLEAN
- TUMBLE DRY LOW
|Dimensions||12 × 6 × 1 in|
Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XX-Large, XXX-Large
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