Give your summer style a refresh with a unique, vintage piece from the 1940s. This US Marine Corps Ike jacket, issued in 1946, is named after Dwight D. “Ike” Eisenhower, who was a five-star Army general before he became the 34th American president. It features two patch pockets, an adjustable waistband, and the cropped silhouette favored by General Eisenhower, as well as black chevron patches to signify the rank of Marine Corps Private First Class.
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
- Adjustable waistband
- 2 chest patch pockets
- Chevron patches on sleeves
- 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.
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