This jacket is modeled after the "Aggressor M-1951 Field Jacket" worn by the U.S. Army in the 1960s and 1970s. It was issued to personnel to portray "OPFOR" during field exercises in the Cold War era. This field jacket closely resembles the U.S. Army's M-51 field jacket, with only minor differences in the collar and a distinct color variation. The original version had a deeper green color, while our replica is made from olive-green cotton sateen, which has a slightly more yellowish hue, resulting in no abruptness as the original version does. In terms of silhouette, we've essentially restored the shape of the M-51 field jacket, with a slight reduction in length by about 2cm. The cuffs also feature pleats, providing ease of movement when worn.
This jacket can be paired with our "M-65 liner," further enhancing its adaptability to changing temperatures.
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