The Rock Debuts Army-Inspired Apparel

Authentic Apparel Group has launched a new line of army-style clothing officially licensed by the U.S. Army and created in partnership with former WWE champion and movie star, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.

The U.S. Army is represented in licensing by Beanstalk.

The collection of jackets, pants, sweaters and shirts features a modern take on classic Army heritage pieces.

"Authentic Apparel is honored and privileged to be licensed by the United States Army and to bring to consumers a truly military inspired line,” says Ronnie Reuben, chairman and founder, Authentic Apparel. “Utilizing historic archives spanning 238 years, our team of designers have created a collection that not only stays true to Army style but Army standards and quality as well."

The line includes bomber jackets, khakis, cargo pants, henleys, field jackets and more.

Select styles from the men's collection are available exclusively on Zappos.com, with purchases going to the Morale, Welfare and Recreation Program, which benefits the lives of soldiers, retirees and their families.

"Authentic Apparel Group is about legacy, performance and innovation. I am proud to represent a company that supports and honors the everyday heroes that inspire me," says Johnson.

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