Navy labor wear used in the 1930s and early World War II is commonly known as dungaree parka. Mainly allocated to submarine soldiers and artillery players, using Plain Denim production. Double door flap to protect the dust of ammunition. Because it had to wrap the protective helmet, there was a big hat and tightened adjusting buttons on both sides of the cap. There are two patch pockets on the front to place small objects.
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To be honest I was a bit dubious at first because it seemed relatively cheap compared to other repro. However I was very happily surprised, it’s of great quality. Any eye for details and good fabric. The first is perfect as well.