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UnderTech Undercover Concealment Shirt
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UnderTech UnderCover All-Weather compression concealment power shirt fits you like a second skin. We've improved the fit and function for greater retention and more comfort. It features two identical easy-access holsters to carry and conceal two handguns at the same time or carry spare magazines, handcuffs, cell phone or even an iPod on the opposite side of your handgun. The shirt conforms to any body type comfortably and does not restrict movement. The fabric actually cools the body!

Ambidextrous; works for both Right and Left handed shooters. Allows immediate access when wearing button down shirts, T-shirts, pullovers--even while sitting. Worn by the Secret Service, FBI, DEA, TSA, and many agencies and police departments nationwide. Features two identical holsters, one on each side, able to hold handguns, spare magazines, documents, etc. Extremely comfortable design enables you to carry and conceal any self defense handgun!

Made in the USA, MicroPoly/Lycra blend, machine washable.

SIZES:
(Measured by chest)
S: 34"-37"
M: 38"-41"
L: 42"-45"
XL: 46"-49"
XX: 50"-53"
3X: 54"+

Also available in crew neck T-shirt style, search item #T0293.
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