N-1 jacket, pea coat, wool watch cap are all classic naval equipment. They don't feel obsolete in winter every year, and more and more people love them. But there are still some styles that nobody cares about. This pullover parka is one of them.
Navy labor wear in the 1930s and early World War II is commonly known as dungaree parka. Mainly allocated to submarine soldiers and artillery players, using denim production. Because the protective helmet has to be wrapped, So there's a big cap. With the promotion of OD color, in fact, very few of this style was used in World War II.
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This Hooded Pullover Denim Jacket is an instant cult classic from the world of Bronson. Designed for the US Army in WWII it features a triple placket front with large buttons and hood that was designed to be worn over a helmet and cover a large proportion of the face as anti-flash protection. The unique styling details make the garment stand out from other heritage denim brands. Bronson have captured the essence of this style in a jacket that is both pratical and stylish.
I love the design of all their products, the quality could be better, It's the only negative thing, hope that in the future, they bet on a better quality, anyway I will continue buying, love it!