In the first decade after the Second World War in the United States there was a significant jump in the light textile industry development, aimed at the development of new, more comfortable and practical uniform designs for the armed forces. One of the most recognizable and popular models created in this period, is FieldJacket - Field Jacket, created on the basis jacket M-1943 during the Second World War. During its existence FieldJacket has been modified and revised many times, but the main function is convenient and practical jackets remained unchanged. Parka 18 is made of a combination of two materials - the Virginia mix of wool, polyester and polyurethane mixture of dense cotton and polyurethane. The combination of practical durable materials allows the jacket to wear in extreme weather conditions. Special zipper closure strap. For additional protection from wind and rain hood is equipped with a special metal frame. The jacket is equipped with removable quilting with insulation Thinsulate. 54% wool / 24% polyester / 22% polyurethane 75% cotton / 25% polyurethane Insulation: Thinsulate - A mixture of practical durable materials. - Comfortable 3D cut. - Four patch pockets on buttons. - Tightening at the waist and hem. - Adjustable hood. - Removable quilting with insulation Thinsulate. - Removable brand patch on the sleeve. - Made in Moscow.
A mixture of practical durable materials; Cotton/Camwool, Poly+Thinsulate
Removable quilting with insulation Thinsulate and adjustable hood
Tightening at the waist and hem
Four patch pockets on buttons
Made in Moscow