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M-Tac Jacket Patrol Flex

The top part of the Patrol Flex uniform from the M-TAC brand has a comfortable, slightly fitted cut. The model features a stand-up collar fastened with Velcro, as well as a central closure in the form of a plastic "tractor" zipper and a covering strip with Velcro.

There are two hidden chest pockets with vertical entry points for easy access to the contents, as well as horizontal Velcro panels for attaching personal identification and patches. Ventilation eyelets are sewn under the arms. On the sleeves, there is a sewn pocket with a vertical zipper entry and a multicam-colored Velcro panel, equipped with service compartments for attaching handles or similar equipment. The back has a reinforced yoke - in the upper part of the back, there is a Velcro panel for an IR marker under the collar, and along the sides, there are expansion pleats that help maintain freedom of arm movement, even when wearing a bulletproof vest or plate carrier vest over the jacket. The sleeves are equipped with sewn pockets with Velcro closures, allowing for the attachment of soft protectors. The cuffs are adjustable with a Velcro flap.


The YKK company is a world leader in the fastening production. It produces 90% of all fasteners at 71 factories around the world. This is a group of Japanese companies whose trademark was registered almost 70 years ago. YKK is translated from Japanese as "Yoshida’s Factory" - this was the name of the company's founder, who opened the production of fasteners for clothes in the 1930s. Success was achieved thanks to cooperation with leading clothing brands and appliance of particularly strict quality standards. In addition, for a very long time, the machine for the production of high-quality fasteners was kept in the strictest secret. This helped the company quickly overtake its main competitors.