We have not really had any one comparatively though. Rothco makes cheaper versions by manufacturing in China and usually using slightly cheaper materials but the are still flame resistant to similar melting and dripping standards.
Propper and Tru-Spec are quality manufacturers that manufacture to high standards and often for military use. The consistent feed back is that the shirts run large in all brands and tend to bag out.
Sizes consistently by chest are Small 34-36, Medium 38-40, Large 42-44, XL 46-48, 2XL 50-52, 3XL 54-56.
Here is a recent review of a Rothco Tactical Combat Shirt:
|3188||1/22/2012||Desert Digital Combat Shirt||4 Stars|
|Reviewer:||Brad A||Location:||Waukesha, Wisconsin|
|Review:||I ordered this shirt in conjunction with the “Propper Digital Desert Camo” uniform set.|
The combat shirt is made by Rothco and it’s very similar in quality/fit to the Tru-Spec version. However, this shirt (Rothco) is about $10.00 less in price.
The quality and construction of the shirt is good to excellent. I didn’t notice and loose threads or poor seams. The left arm as Velcro covering the whole pocket, while the right arm pocket has cut segments of Velcro for flag, rank and name tape (much like the USA issue combat shirt).
I can’t say enough about the outstanding price and customer service provided by Barre Army/Navy (VT Army/Navy)! My purchase with shipping was only $88.00 for the Propper uniform set and the combat shirt!!! You won’t see deals like this every day!
and a review on a propper version:
|3161||1/13/2012||Exremely Well-Built Combat Shirt||5 Stars|
|Reviewer:||Thom R||Location:||Van Nuys, California|
|Review:||Excellent Shirt. Well made with all the "Right" patch placement areas. Will fit right in my Survival Build up POP Area.|