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Icon Softshell Vest, Three-Season Tactical Functionality

  • The PROPPER Icon Softshell Vest has an active, modern cut.
  • The Icon Softshell Vest combines tactical features with premium stretch fabric for maxiumum mobility.

PROPPER INTERNATIONAL announced the Icon Softshell Vest, a three-season vest made from technical stretch fabric. Part of the athletic-inspired LS1 collection, the Icon Softshell Vest combines tactical functionality with premium details to offer maximum mobility and performance on or off the job.

The Icon Softshell Vest is made from lightweight polyester/spandex stretch fabric that moves with the body to enhance speed and agility. The softshell fabric provides surprising warmth and sheds water and spills to maintain a professional appearance.

Stretch fabric isn’t the only tactical enhancement on the Icon Softshell. PROPPER incorporates two-way double sliders on the full-zip front for easy access to a weapon or holder at the waist. The zipper tucks neatly into a sleek zipper garage at the top for a clean look. A chest pocket with zip closure offers secure storage, and the drawstring waist features dual locking toggles for a custom fit.

The Icon Softshell Vest is available in black, olive and LAPD navy and retails for $49.99 at authorized PROPPER retailers nationwide. A portion of proceeds from the Icon Softshell Vest will benefit Sheep Dog Impact Assistance, a non-profit organization that supports military and law enforcement personnel in times of need. Shoppers can look for a Sheep Dog hangtag on all LS1 collection garments to identify qualifying products in store. For those in colder climates, PROPPER offers a similar item in the BA Softshell Jacket, also part of the LS1 collection, which retails for $109.99.

PROPPER’s customized brand engagement vehicles are traveling across the country to demo the Icon Softshell Vest and more from the LS1 collection. Fans of PROPPER can follow the mobile tour or find a local PROPPER retailer at propper.com.

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