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Don't know how to choose your size? Don't worry, We'll help you find the perfect size.
Measure from the stitches below the armpits on one side to another.
Measure from where the shoulder seam meets armhole to the cuff.
Measure from where the shoulder seam meets the collar to the hem.
Measure straight across the top of the waistband from edge to edge.
Measure from the bottom of the front rise to the top of the front rise.
Measure straight across the widest hip line from edge to edge.
Measured from the crotch seam to the top edge of the back waistband.
Measure across straight from the crotch seam to the outside of the leg.
Measure straight across the leg opening.
Measure the length from the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.
Measure from the waistband to the leg opening or hem.
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The aircraft carrier deck crew wore N-1 deck jackets during World War II and the Korean War. The thick cotton shell and alpaca or wool lining gave the deck crew the needed warmth and protection from the elements during extreme cold weather conditions. US Navy produced the initial series in Navy blue to symbolize the Navy before changing to Khaki.
The US Navy developed three “N” systems. In addition to the cold climate N-1, the N-2 system for rainy and the N-3 system for tropical conditions. Despite these climate divisions, old photographs indicate sailors rarely used these systems according to regulations, opting instead to mix and match to suit their layering need and preferences.
This N-1 Deck Jacket is from the sub-brand(Non Stock). It differs from Brand (Bronson) in its thinner outer(11.5 oz jungle cross fabric) and more cost-effective polyester inner.
Please carefully read the size info before purchase! Different products have different size info.
Please use this info as a general guide as measurements are approximate.
In order to best determine fit, it may be helpful to compare our garment’s measurements to a similar garment you already own. Lay your garment on a flat surface and take all measurements from the outside of the garment.
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