Make a bold statement with this 1960s-era fatigue shirt, an authentic vintage piece made of breathable 100% woven cotton poplin. The ERDL camo pattern was originally developed in 1948 by the US Army Engineer Research and Development Laboratory. The distinctive leaf pattern was well-suited to the tropical jungles of Vietnam in the ‘60s, while this shirt’s material was specially made to withstand high heat and humidity.
This is an authentic vintage item. As a pre-owned item, it may show signs of wear, discoloration, or other imperfections. This item has been authenticated by Alpha Industries.
This is a vintage item and may vary from standard sizing. Please see measurements for details.
- Fold down collar
- Button down front
- Four exterior body pockets
- USMC print on pocket
- Cuff adjusters
- This is a vintage garment, please see tags for content and care
- GOOD condition, with minimal signs of wear or age.
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Operation Re:Supply brings authentic military vintage and deadstock good to you. Using our expertise derived from decades as a lead military contractor, Operation Re:Supply consists of a curate, handpicked selection of pre-owned vintage and deadstock military surplus apparel and accessories. All items are authenticated in-house by Alpha Industries, guaranteeing the same quality you’ve come to expect from any Alpha Industries item. Operation Re:Supply created a space where old and new come together, featuring upcycled collaborations with established and emerging artists and designers.
Please note, returns on Re:Supply items will only be accepted within 14 days of the order date. Original tags must be attached and item bust be in original condition.