2. Composition and classification
a. The PFU consists of the following components.
(1) T-shirt, athletic, gray.
(2) Trunks, general purpose, gray.
(3) Sweatpants, gray.
(4) Sweatshirt, hooded, gray, with zipper.
(5) Cap, knit, black.
b. The IPFU consists of the following components.
(1) Jacket, running, gray and black.
(2) Pants, running, black.
(3) Trunks, running, black, moisture-wicking.
(4) T-shirt, gray, short sleeve, moisture-wicking.
(5) T-shirt, gray, long sleeve, moisture-wicking.
(6) Cap, knit, black.
a. Commanders may authorize the wear of commercial running shoes, calf-length or ankle-length, plain white socks with no logos, gloves, reflective belts or vests, long underwear, and other items appropriate to the weather conditions and type of activity. If soldiers wear long underwear or other similar items, they must conceal them from view with the hooded sweatshirt and sweat pants when wearing the PFU, or the running jacket and pants if wearing the IPFU. b. Soldiers are authorized to wear commercially purchased gray or black spandex shorts under the PFU or IPFU shorts. The length of the shorts must end above the knee or higher. The commercial shorts must be plain, with no logos, patterns, or obtrusive markings. Soldiers are not required to buy the spandex shorts. 14–4. Occasions for wear
The PFU and the IPFU are authorized for wear on and off duty, on and off the installation, when authorized by the commander. Soldiers may wear all or part of the PFU or IPFU with civilian attire off the installation, when authorized by the commander.
The only insignia authorized for wear on the PFU or IPFU is the physical fitness badge. When the physical fitness badge is worn, it is sewn on the upper left front side of the PFU and IPFU T-shirt, and the PFU sweatshirt. On the IPFU running jacket, the insignia is sewn centered
⁄2 inch above the word “Army.” See AR 600–8–22 for criteria for wear of the physical...
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