Ten c Fishtail Parka Unlined

Ten c Fishtail Parka Unlined

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Wind and water resistant Parka made from OJJ Japanese Jersey micro fiber.This is a knitted microfiber Poly/ Nylon Jersey. The loose fitting style is made to wear as an over coat. 

You can complete the Parka for winter time with a optional down- or shearling liner.

  • Detachable hood
  • Slanted Hand pockets
  • OJJ fabric, Japanese Jersey Microfiber
  • Piece dyed fabric
  • Wind water resistant
  • Drawstring on waist and hem
  • Made in Europe

Type M-51 “BUZZ RICKSON CLOTHES”

The M-51 hoodie is an evolution of the pullover-type M-48 hoodie that has evolved since World War II, and was mainly provided to US Army generals in the cold regions of the Korean War. Since this battlefield is a cold region that the US military has never experienced, a layered system that is worn over normal equipment was adopted. The earliest type (1951) shell was made of thick cotton satin, but in models after 1952, it was changed to cotton nylon Oxford in order to review the cost and reduce the weight. The cuffs have a built-in rubber strap adjuster belt to improve sealing, and the pocket bag is made of heat-retaining wool.

U.S. ARMY

Type M-51 “BUZZ RICKSON CLOTHES”

 

Type M-51 “BUZZ RICKSON CLOTHES”

SIZE : XS, S, M, L, XL,2XL,3XL

COLOR : 01) OLIVE

MATERIAL : Heavy Cotton Back Satin

FRONT POCKET FASTENER : Crown Aluminum Spring Automatic Lock

BUTTON : Mil Spec Urea

STAMP : Buzz Rickson Clothes

The M-51 parka is an updated version of the M-48 pullover parka that had evolved since World War II. It was provided mainly to U.S. Army officers and personnel who fought in the cold during the Korean War. To protect the U.S. Forces from this unprecedented cold battlefield, a layer system was employed so that the parka could be worn over ordinary equipment. While the shell of the initial model (1951) was made of thick cotton satin, it was changed to oxford cotton nylon from the 1952 and later models to cut down on cost and make the parka lighter. The cuff has a rubber strap adjuster belt to better keep out the cold. Heat-insulating wool is also used for the pockets.