Product description: McKee Roh coat for cold weather the historic US Army has adopted from the first World War It is a coat of. The early Mackino coat was a thick cotton duck material, but it was changed to a more comfortable cotton poplin material because the fabric is hard and difficult to wear. The appearance has also been improved, and up to the predecessor model M-1942, it was a shawl collar with a waist belt, but from this M-1943 it was improved to a lapel collar with a notch, and at the same time the waist belt was also eliminated. .. In addition, the shoulders and sleeves of the wool blanket used for the lining are covered with cotton twill, which greatly improves mobility and durability. By the end of the war, the name McKino Court had disappeared and it became known as the Jeep Court.
|SIZE /||Height||Width||Sleeve Length||
Another superb offering from Indigofera, the Steuben is a perfect amalgamation of classic styles taking inspiration from shawl collar ranch jackets and U.S Navy deck jacket. As with all Indigofera...
Officially designated on the 10th February 1941 by the U. S. Army Quartermaster as JACKET, WINTER, COMBAT, P. Q. D. Spec. No. 26 - this jacket was destined to become...