Introducing the American Defender Shorts 2.0 (Black)! These will be your go-to shorts for the gym, beach, or sparring session! They feature an awesome 4-way stretch, ultra-lightweight, quick-dry material that everyone loves and also feature the following: Reduced velcro on the fly closure (it only has a small piece of velcro at the end of the closure… the rest of the fly is comprised of low-profile 4-way stretch fabric) 2 Discrete zipper pockets (1 on each side) for cell phones and other valuables Reduced outseam length by 1″ to ensure shorts do not go past the knee Removable drawstring inside the waistband (great option for MMA, water sports, and fast moving workouts when you want the shorts to be even more secure)
Lightweight, Quick-Dry, moisture wick 4-way stretch technology 9" Inseam on Size 34 Low-profile zipper pocket on both sides, perfect for cell phone and other belongings 92% Polyester, 8% Spandex for maximum mobility 4-way stretch reinforced spandex crotch panel 3-inch slits on each side Low-profile velcro closure with removable inner drawstring (we included the optional drawstring because we know some people like that feature) 100% sublimation printing to ensure longevity Fit true to size- We recommend ordering what you would normally wear in jean sizes. If you are on the fence between two sizes, we recommend going up to the bigger size.
As soldiers it’s been our honour to work along side the Polish military, a proud warrior nation. This Cichociemni T shirt is our tribute to the Polish people and their military, a relationship forged over centuries, long may it continue.
The origins of the name Cichociemni is obscure and may never be known with certainty. "Silent Unseen" probably related to how some soldiers seemingly disappeared from their line units overnight to volunteer for special operations service, and also describes those "who appear silently where they are least expected, play havoc with the enemy and disappear whence they came, unnoticed, unseen."
The Silent Unseen were trained initially in Scotland in preparation for missions for the Polish underground in occupied Poland, such as building-clearance and bridge-demolition. In 1944, training was also carried out in Brindisi, Italy, which had by then fallen to the Allies.
Initially the name was informal and was used mainly by soldiers who volunteered to parachute into Poland. However, from September 1941 the name became official and was used in all documents. It was applied both to the secret Polish Headquarters training unit created to provide agents with necessary knowledge, money and equipment, as well as to agents who were transported to Poland and other German-occupied countries.
HR4K's tribute to our Fijian brethren, a proud warrior nation and loyal friends.
This T was inspired by the story of Talaiasi Labalaba BEM 22 SAS and his actions at the Battle of Mirbat on 19 July 1972.
Labalaba, just aged 30, was shot dead whilst firing a 25 pound gun at the attacking guerrilla forces.
He displayed notable bravery by continuing to fire the 25 pounder single handed in spite of being seriously wounded when a bullet hit him on the jaw, after his Omani loader was seriously wounded early in the battle. Captain Mike Kealy and fellow troopers Tommy Tobin and Sekonaia Takavesi ran a gauntlet of enemy fire but arrived too late to save Labalaba. Both the troopers were also hit, Takavesi was wounded in the back and Tobin was killed when a round crept through the sand-bagged walls and hit him in the face. Labalaba's actions helped to keep the insurgents pinned down until Strike master jets of the SOAF arrived to drive back the attackers while SAS reinforcements from Salalah could be organised.
Fellow SAS trooper Roger Cole in his book of the battle, SAS: Operation Storm, paid tribute to Labalaba saying if the guerrilla force had taken the 25-pounder then the SAS would have surely lost the battle.