Berne Apparel Now Offering Echo One Zero CCW Vest

Berne Apparel Echo One Zero Concealed Carry Vest
Berne Apparel Echo One Zero CCW Vest
BERNE Workwear 1915
BERNE Workwear 1915

OSSIAN, Ind. -( BERNE Apparel, makers of quality work-wear since 1915, has introduced another item in its concealed carry workwear line: the Echo One Zero Concealed Carry Vest.

The Echo One Zero Vest features the U.S. Patented Adder System that BERNE uses in its concealed carry apparel line. Dual compact concealed carry pockets allow the wearer to completely conceal and quickly access most compact size pistols.

Berne Apparel Echo One Zero CCW Vest

The MOLLE & Velcro grid system in the Adder System Pockets accepts any velcro-backed or MOLLE holster and ensures a secure foundation for holsters and accessories.

Like its Echo One One Jacket counterpart, the Echo One Zero Vest also features dual inside chest pockets with hidden elastic MOLLE strapping to provide additional storage and retainment for magazines, flashlights, and more.

The dual-zippered front chest pockets offer storage for wallets, cell phones or other small personal items. Easy belt-item access is offered through snap side vents.

The Echo One Zero’s antique nickel front zipper design is built for tough use while the premium fleece lining provides additional warmth while maintaining comfort.The durable canvas shell fabric is heavy duty 10 oz. cotton duck and has triple-needle stitched main seams built for long-lasting use.

BERNE’s Echo One Zero Vest and additional concealed carry options appeal to those in a hardworking environment. Offered in Black or Bark, and size Small up to size 5X-Large, there is an option for everyone.

MSRP for the Echo One Zero Vest (CCWV02) is $99.99


About Berne Apparel:

Since 1915, BERNE has focused on supplying hard-working Americans with the workwear they demand – workwear that is made right, made to work and made affordable.

For more information on Berne Apparel, visit their website.

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Matt in Oklahoma

I didn’t know people still wore shoot me first vest anymore

Bill Wade

I have two different vests of the style (not manufacturer) which I wore when doing sound shows – plenty of deep pockets for misc. sound equip. and stuff that I needed in sound reinforcement – never carried in the vest . . . I reckon you have a point on “shoot me first vests” but is there any documentation on this actually happening?