Responsibly Armed Apparel - Grey Man Style

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If you’re responsibly armed and like to show your patriotism without giving away that you’re armed, this is the sweatshirt for you! The subtle flag on the back keeps this hoodie classy/casual.

Did you pick one of these up at the 2019 Expo? If so, post a selfie of you in the sweatshirt. (If you didn’t get a chance to pick it up at the Expo, now’s your chance! Click here!)

Do you prefer hoodies or zip-up sweatshirts when you carry?

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Zip up. I am to old for a hoodie.

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Both…a hoodie with a zipper. I’ll never understand why anyone would prefer pullovers for jackets.

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zip-up sweatshirts :+1:

I usually do not wear sweaters but when I do It is not a zip up. I usually wear my Cardhart Jacket.

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Hoodies

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Hoodie… no zipper, because that is sooooo 1970’s (along with striped tube socks, et al).

I wear pull-overs quite a bit.

When the “winter” weather hits, I wear a hoodie, but I have been known to sport a Huxtable sweater occasionally.

I prefer a zip up fleece that breathes (my favorite is the NF Denali). I’ll layer that with a windstopping winter coat (preferably with a detachable hood) in the winter. I also prefer not to wear cotton sweaters/hoodies in general.

Side note: be careful with the cords on the sides of sweaters/hoodies when carrying… even open pockets can snag.

In the dead of winter, I might wear a t-shirt under my hawaiian shirt. Maybe.

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I feel like most young people would prefer hoodies, while the older we get (or larger) we’d prefer zip up sweatshirts.

Neither. In the "too hot to wear a jacket months, a loose, un-tucked, button-up shirt conceals nicely. In jacket weather, the Berne Echo One One or Lightweight Bravo One One do the job nicely.


Zip up for flexibility.