Based on end user feedback, 5.11 has updated the adjustable sleeve closure to ensure the velcro functions properly allowing you to adjust the opening as needed.
High tech meets tactical with 5.11’s new Sabre Jacket. Bringing you breakthrough technology in outerwear material for law enforcement you and your gear will stay warm, dry, comfortable and ready for any situation.
The three layer micro fiber outer material is lightweight, durable, windproof, waterproof, soft, and durable. The soft-shell micro fiber is bonded to tight knit fleece to increase comfort (warmth) then lined for added durability. The overall weight of the Sabre Jacket is perfect for all season use and looks great on the job or for casual wear.
We’ve included laser cut welded seams and watertight YKK zippers with molded ergonomic zipper pulls and zipper garages. No need for zipper flaps which make the Sabre Jacket lighter and provides quicker access to pockets. This also provides a very clean and professional look.
Six external pockets make it easy to stow all of your gear. Two internal pockets give quick access to a concealed firearm. The two front hand pockets are lined with fleece to keep your hands warm and dry.
The removable hood with adjustable reinforced visor can be stowed in the rear pocket and concealed ID panels on left and right chest can be imprinted with department logos or removed all together.
The front panel measures 5" W x 5 1/2" L. The back panel measures 12 1/2" W x 9" L.
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Size Chart Instructions:
Sizes are based on body measurements. Locate your measurements on the chart to determine what size garment you should wear. Sizes listed are body measurements, not your garment measurements.
How to measure your body:
Chest: Measure under your arms and around the fullest part of your chest. Use a seamstresses tape measure. It should be parallel to the floor.
Waist: Measure around the natural part of your waist, where your wear your pants.
Hip: Stand with your feet together and measure around the fullest part of your hips with the measuring tape parallel to the floor.
Arm Length: Slightly bend elbow and measure from the center back neck, over top of shoulder and down to wrist.
Inseam: Measure inside of leg from crotch to ankle or desired length.