By Lars Dalseide | October 8 2012 10:48

Finding warmth and security with NRA's Woolrich Elite Discreet Twill CCW Jacket

Fairfax, Virginia - As the first rush of frigid air dances through the outlying neighborhoods of Washington, DC, an inspiration of need populates this edition of NRA's Membership Monday. And to give it a touch of the personal touch ... I actually own this product. It's what refers to as the Woolrich Elite Discreet Twill Conceal Carry (CCW) Jacket.

Available in either tan or green, the Elite Discreet jacket starts with a wash cotton twill exterior and a polyester sherpa interior (confession here ... I've told friends that the lining as sheepskin at times. It's not sheepskin, but it feels awful close). The sleeves come insulated with "diamond-quilted 60-gram Arctic Insulation™, which keeps you toasty and your shirt sleeves from riding up." Now to the CCW side of the sheath.

That would be the incredibly large ballistic nylon reinforced concealment pockets on the inside of the coat. One on the left, one of the right. Big is good. Big means you can fit just about anything in there. Heck, I've carried a 1.5 liter water bottle in those with no problem. But it's the elastic holsters that make the difference.

Both inside pockets come with built-in (or sewn-in) holsters ... giving you an ambidextrous option. Not to be outdone in the functionality department, the fleece-lined front zipper pockets are equipped with a pair of elastic loops for those extra magazines.

Zipper in the front, a discreet NRA embroidery on the cuff and a hidden accessory tunnel to run your headphones from the bottom of the interior to the top of the exterior gives this twill tunic all those added extras you could ask for and more.

Just head on over to and check out the Woolrich Elite Discreet Twill Conceal Carry (CCW) Jacket for yourself.


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