How do you wear yours?

How are you wearing the new PCS lightweight Jacket?

  • Tucked in and sleeves up

    Votes: 14 17.5%
  • Tucked in and sleeves down

    Votes: 3 3.8%
  • Out and sleeves up

    Votes: 12 15.0%
  • Out and sleeves down

    Votes: 51 63.8%

  • Total voters
    80
#1
Out of interest I would like to know how you are wearing the MTP PCS uniform?

I am not after comments about how you think it should be worn just how you are wearing it.
 

Mr_Fingerz

LE
Book Reviewer
#3
#4
He's actually put this in a forum that you lot know **** all about. Hush children.
 
#5
Lightweight jacket? If it hasn't got a shirt underneath, then it's a shirt. CS95, same, same. And doubtless will be treated as a shirt in non-deployed circumstances.
 
#6
Lightweight jacket? If it hasn't got a shirt underneath, then it's a shirt. CS95, same, same. And doubtless will be treated as a shirt in non-deployed circumstances.
You so need to read Gearspotters comments on this, it has been designed as a jacket this time. The cut is wrong to be worn as a shirt.
 
#7
You so need to read Gearspotters comments on this, it has been designed as a jacket this time. The cut is wrong to be worn as a shirt.
But it does not stop the powers that be saying tuck it in and wear your stable belt with it - Comd's Discretion will always trump any argument.
 
B

bokkatankie

Guest
#9
Out of interest I would like to know how you are wearing the MTP PCS uniform?

I am not after comments about how you think it should be worn just how you are wearing it.
You poll does not allow the following answer:

Who gives a ****.

I have seen much pointless dribble on Arrse, and have been responsible for much of it, but this poll/ debate takes the biscuit.
 
#10
Maybe if you had to wear it Bokka, and put up with the result of a decision made by some retro CO for the entire service life of this uniform, conceivably decades, then you may have a valid point. Wearing uniform against requirements it was designed for seems more than a little stupid. One relatively recent example was Goretex boots, issued at great expense to the public and then some CO'S/SNCO's wanted them bulled for Monday muster, completely negating the purpose of Goretex, wasting the tax payers money. And Im sure its 'DRIVEL' not 'DRIBBLE', just saying.
 
#12
You poll does not allow the following answer:

Who gives a ****.

I have seen much pointless dribble on Arrse, and have been responsible for much of it, but this poll/ debate takes the biscuit.
If you don't give a **** the question is not aimed at you, so why bother posting.
 
#14
HQLF says out at the moe!
WHERE???

nobody can find any documentation on it - word of mouth is not enough.

we have Regimental / Corps Dress Policies for PCS - written in many cases by people who i am confident have never even worn PCS let alone seen it, to comprehend how it is a very different beast to CS'95.

PCS is not just a change in camo pattern to CS'95 - the cut is totally different and the front fastening is strips of velcro that are not flexible and once they ride up over your stable belt they will push outwards at an angle - looks worse on skinny lads to be honest.

the great efforts of GearSpotter and his team have been shot down in flames by antiquated dress sense from the last century.

'Down and Out' is how PCS should be worn, any bloke actually wearing it will tell you that.
 
#15
So from the poll I have found out that only 14 members of the site are wearing the new uniform, ether that or only 14 could be arsed voting (me thinks the later)
 
#20
As it only got 19 votes it did not achive what I was hopeing to find out. So not sure what will happen if ran again.

O and I have not voted yet as we are not starting to wear it yet, we have been issued and have been told down and out but no getting the pleasure until Oct
 

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