Propper BA Softshell Jacket
Propper BA Softshell Jacket
Propper BA Softshell Jacket
Propper BA Softshell Jacket
Propper BA Softshell Jacket
Propper BA Softshell Jacket
Propper BA Softshell Jacket
Propper BA Softshell Jacket
Propper BA Softshell Jacket
Propper BA Softshell Jacket
Propper BA Softshell Jacket
Propper BA Softshell Jacket
Propper BA Softshell Jacket

Propper BA Softshell Jacket

SKU #: Propper-F5428
MSRP: $135.80
$109.99
Description


The Propper BA Softshell Jacket gives you an edge. Made from lightweight soft-shell fabric in an athletic cut, the BA is designed for speed and loaded with clever details for tactical athletes. The chest pocket features a sleek magnet closure for silent access to important documents, and the pull-out badge panel remains hidden until its need arises. Zip pockets on the biceps, wrists and lower back securely stow your gear.

Features:

  • 100% Polyester
  • Water resistant
  • Full-zip front with two-way double sliders for easy CCW access
  • Pull-out ID or badge panel on left chest
  • Zip vent under arms for regulating temperature
  • Dual bicep and wrist pockets with zip closure
  • Warrant pocket with quiet magnet closure on chest
  • Internal chest pocket and two internal stash pockets
  • Additional dual-access zip pocket on lower back
  • Built with magnetic closures for quick and quiet access. These small magnets, although unlikely, may interfere with medical and electronic devices.
  • Reviews
    Review Summary
    4.0
    2 Reviews
    5
    50% (1)
    4
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    3
    50% (1)
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    100% Recommend this product (2 of 2 responses)
    By ARA
    Elko, NV
    October 17, 2015
    More Features Than Hillary's Face
    This is truly a tactical jacket. It has more pockets than I'll probably be able to figure out how to use, and is roomy enough to add layers underneath for really cold weather. It's well designed and well made. It has a big Velcro patch on one shoulder for an agency patch, and I which it had a smaller Velcro patch on the other shoulder for a US flag patch. (Since there's a pocket at that shoulder, it would be very difficult for the consumer to add a Velcro patch there.) That's my only criticism.
    ProsSmart design. Well made. Lots of pockets. One of the few jackets suitable for LEO work that's available in OD green. Excellent price for the features.
    ConsNo Velcro patch for a flag.
    By Ron
    Groton, CT
    January 19, 2014
    Too Long
    This would have been my favorite jacket however the torso is too long and not proportionate with the arms. The concept and Design of this jacket is great however I'm not happy with the fit. If you're somewhat stocky you will find limited mobility around the armpits and elbows, and fabric bulking up around the shoulders when you lift your arms.
    ProsLots of pockets Great concept and design Clean look
    ConsTorso too long Fabric bulks up around the shoulders when your lift your arms Stiff around the elbows
    Q&A
    3 Questions & 4 Answers
    Dan
    from MD asked:
    November 2, 2016
    How warm will this jacket keep you? What kind of weather is it NOT good for?
    1 Answers
    This is meant for cooler weather. We dont suggest wearing it in below 0 without additional layers.
    Customer Service
    on November 17, 2016

    Ken
    from Altoona, Iowa asked:
    April 21, 2014
    is it water repellant?
    2 Answers
    Yes. Have not worn in heavy storm but works well for light rain.
    James
    on April 21, 2014
    from Texas
    Yes; The Propper softshell is water repellent. Not waterproof, however. Its a great jacket.
    Anthony
    on April 21, 2014
    from Glenview, IL

    bayani
    from Quantico, VA asked:
    November 5, 2013
    does propper ba softshell jacket have a zip waist pocket on the front? your picture does not show any but the video review by ray allen manufacturing shows that it does.
    1 Answers
    The front zipper pockets are just in front of the seam running down the middle of the jacket on each side (from armpit down).
    Louis
    on November 5, 2013
    from Brookfield, OH

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