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Smith & Wesson Unveils Apparel

Smith & Wesson Unveils Apparel

Smith & Wesson has unveiled its new apparel for men and women from Wild Things. The new line will be available at outdoor and shooting specialty outlets, as well as on the brand's website.The collection will include four jackets, four vests, four pant

Smith & Wesson has unveiled its new apparel for men and women from Wild Things. The new line will be available at outdoor and shooting specialty outlets, as well as on the brand's website.

The collection will include four jackets, four vests, four pants and four shirts with a wide variety of price points. The rivets, snaps and buttons feature recognizable parts of Smith & Wesson firearms and ammunition. The gun handle grip motif is present on several pieces, while a graphic of an original vintage blueprint of a classic Smith & Wesson .38 can be seen on the lining of the jackets. Zipper pulls are made from the hammer of a classic .45 caliber pistol. 

In addition, Smith & Wesson and Wild Things have teamed up for the M&PTM by Smith & Wesson, a complete tactical line of apparel designed for law enforcement. Products feature high-performance technical components including PrimaLoft synthetic insulation and Tweave fabrics.

“We chose Wild Things for these two apparel initiatives because of its respected 30-year heritage developing best in class technical, functional apparel in the outdoor and military categories,” says Harry Falber, vice president of licensing for Smith & Wesson. “With its strong alpine heritage and expertise in the most advanced fabrics, Wild Things is well suited to ensure that the Smith & Wesson heritage lives on.”

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