I bought these for my training classes. The training center I attend asks us to be clearly marked as our job title and these are very visible. These are also great for when I have to go in amd cover guys at the last minute. I would ask that the supplier get more shirts in stock please. I will be purchasing many more in the future.
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- Hanes Heavyweight brand LONG SLEEVE t-shirt.
- 100% preshrunk cotton with banded knit sleeve cuffs.
- Black in color.
- 4 print locations: left chest, full back and BOTH sleeves.
- Duty style design.
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This is one of the best Security Shirts I've seen. I bought two of them and they fit great! I wear them over my vest. It fits great! I also like it because there is no doubt who I am. Printed on both sleeves, and across the back.
One of the best looking security shirts I have ever seen. One of the huge problems with security is most have the look of low-rent, sloppy versions of 1970's era cops. Something like this is what the more active guards should be wearing. It's non-restrictive, comfortable, and looks professional. The majority of security companies need to pull their heads from their psterior and update their guards from the so-called "professional" rent-a-cop look they usually use. These very cool, very original shirts (or something like them) would be an excellent start. My only suggestion would be making them in navy blue with white or gold print. Firestore has a winner here and should expand on it. Make them in blue and I will purchace them for my team in a heartbeat.
These shirts are, more than likely, the coolest shirts you will ever see on any uniformed security officer. They are well-made and very much worth the price. I'm happy that someone out there has finally realized that security personnel doesn't necessarily have to look like cheap, watered-down versions of 1970's era police officers. My only suggestion would be to make these shirts in navy blue with gold/yellow printing to appeal to a wider range of companies. Don't discontinue this product, Firestore. You have a winner here.