5.11 Tactical preps for the holidays with the Ugly Holiday Sweater

5.11 Tactical ushers in the holiday season with its festive Ugly Holiday Sweater, perfect for the office Christmas party.

Touting a holiday inspired red color, the Ugly Holiday Sweater is offered in a crew-neck style sweatshirt. Constructed of a lightweight, breathable, 8.5-ounce cotton/polyester fleece blend fabric, the sweater boasts a strengthened hem and cuffs for durability.

With a tactical snowman emblazoned front and center, 5.11 Tactical says the sweater’s graphics resist cracking and fading ensuring the angry lump of snow can see more than one outing.
5.11 Tactical offers five sizes in total, ranging from small to 2XL. With limited quantities available, the company recommends consumers snatch up the Ugly Holiday Sweater while it’s still available.
“Limited quantities available of this year’s hottest tactical snowman on this crew-neck sweatshirt. Get yours before this offer melts,” the company said in a statement.Made in the U.S, the Ugly Holiday Sweater is available through 5.11 Tactical’s website with a price tag of $49.99.

Ugly Sweater

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