M-65 Field Coat
During Vietnam, the M-65 field jacket was issued to soldiers. Now, civilians can wear this tough infantry classic too, whether for fashion, function or to preserve memories of military service. This vintage field coat features a concealed hood/draw-cords for the waist, hood and hems to preserve warmth and dryness. The hunting coat’s brass zipper and snapping fasteners look fantastic while keeping out the elements. The army jacket’s bi-swing back ensures unrestrained movement.
• Get your authentic M-65 field jacket in olive, black, camouflage, navy or khaki.
• Warmth is unrivaled with this vintage field coat, containing buttons for a liner attachment and waist, hood/bottom hem draw-cords
• Look great and stay comfortably dry with the heavy brass zippered front closure and snapping fasteners on our hunting coat
• This workhorse army jacket is wind/tear resistant, made from a 50% cotton and 50% nylon blend for water repelling properties and durability
On 12/20/2012 9:40:00 PM By JE
Here are the cons, I don't have any pros, would not buy again.
American classic made in china.
Buttons falling off, out of the package.
On 4/23/2012 11:35:00 AM By Andrej
Bought the X-Large Regular, made in China.
Issues that I have are:
1. Narrow collar (7 centimeters), and 1 centimeter shorter than on ...
On 4/16/2012 1:06:00 PM By Gorm
I've had the jacket for just about one week now and I've already reattatched two of the sewn on buttons. Due to this fact I took the job of ...
On 3/29/2012 12:43:00 AM By Geo
1. Could someone explain to me the function of the two lapel button holes on the collar.
2. I don't like the way the velcro strap is desi...
On 3/11/2012 9:39:00 PM By Frans
I am waring mine in 10 years now! M-65 rules and Alphas is the best. This NYCO (%50 Nylon, %50 Cotton)is grate for the winter. You would onl...