Playing an integral role in the U.S. military’s history and the gold standard in protection for our troops, Crye Precision has been integrating CORDURA® NYCO fabric technology into its uniforms for over 15 years. The latest edition of our Meet the Maker series takes viewers behind the scenes at Crye Precision’s design and production facility in Brooklyn Navy Yard to check out the new adoption of G4 apparel featuring next generation lightweight stretch fabric made in the USA – Crye VTX Ripstop.
“The goal of our Meet the Maker series is to highlight the power of collaborative problem solving with our brand customers and celebrate our shared values and long-term durable bonds,” said Cindy McNaull, global CORDURA® brand and marketing director. “In the case of Mystery Ranch, Carhartt, Woolrich, and our most recent Meet the Maker series with Crye Precision Tactical, these relationships have spanned multiple decades. Through the powerful lens of authentic storytelling, our mission is to create narratives that we can all relate to – passionate innovation and together building great products that last.”
Featured in this Meet the Maker is the G4 Uniform, which boasts a slim-cut design that reduces bulk for a comfortable fit underneath body armor. INVISTA’s T420HT fiber helps make the sleeves lightweight and strong, and zippered shoulder pockets leave room for essential gear.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the next generation of combat apparel in our latest Meet the Maker.