Fashion line sells OCP onesies for troops who hate untucked shirts

A California-based clothing company is marketing coveralls that could be worn as an alternative to the t-shirt associated with the army’s combat uniform.

According to Genessa Schilz, a poster on the popular Air Force amn/nco/snco The Facebook page.

“My shirts are constantly coming undone in the back for no good reason, seems like a good idea to me,” user Alyson Matera wrote.

The onesies are made by Haley Marie McClain Hill, a veteran Air Force entrepreneur, through her clothing company, “Torch.”

She calls the garments “Gorgeous, comfortable, modern, personalized everyday jumpsuits for women who wear a uniform every day.”

Jumpsuits ring in at $60, which is a bit steep, but might be worth it if loose, untucked shirts are your biggest pet peeve. This is something Hill wanted to address.

“Her vision of a constrained and shapeless wardrobe, polished with tactical accents, created a visionary allure that is timeless and wildly modern,” reads her biography page. “Boots and camo paired casually with iconic bodysuits created a signature style…that of a modern-day woman, a trailblazer whose lifestyle and multi-facetedness shaped the values ​​of the brand she founded, and who will forever inspire all female warriors.”

But not everyone likes the idea. Many have called the idea of ​​a onesie impractical, especially in the field where you would need to undress completely to use the latrine.

“My bladder could never,” wrote Facebook user MJ Miller.

Sarah Sicard is an editor at the Military Times. Previously, she served as digital editor of the Military Times and editor-in-chief of the Army Times. Other work can be found in National Defense Magazine, Task & Purpose and Defense News.

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