Utility jacket, M-44, which was adopted by the US Marine Corps in the 1940s. At the beginning of the Navy Marine Corps, the main task was to guard the ships, and the Marine Corps was originally under the command of the Ministry of the Navy as was the Navy, but was under the command of the US Fleet, which reports directly to the President. Since there are many amphibious operations such as landing in front of the enemy, the equipment has become unique unlike the Army and Navy. The material is supple and strong cotton herringbone. Equipped with flap pockets on the left chest and large slit pockets on the left and right chests. And the characteristic is the windshield of the placket called the gas flap. There is also a button on the back of the collar to attach the gas hood. At that time, chemical weapons such as mustard gas emerged, and measures were taken to eliminate the gap to protect the skin. As a result, this specification will be abolished later because the effect is weak, but it is a part that makes you feel the historical background.
Model wearing size：40（Height180cm Weight72kg）
Material： Cotton Herringbone （Washed）
Button： Black Finish U.S MARINE CORPS （Washed）
・Slip pockets on both chest
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