Bronson WWII US Army Officer Jeep Jacket Mackinaw Coat
"COAT, MACKINAW, OD" The Mackinaw coat is also known as the "Jeep" coat. It was first dispensed in 1938. This version is called 1st Pattern M-38. It is long to the middle of the thigh and has very thick woolen. (30oz), not suitable as a battle suit, generally distributed to drivers, communications and other mobile units. In 2941, the 2st version was released, and the appearance was similar to that of 1st. However, the wool did not extend to the collar, but was replaced by the original cloth. The thickness of the wool was also reduced (26 oz). In 1943, the 3st version was released. Changed to the gun collar (similar to the M43 field jacket), the face cloth is thin cotton poplin, the size is also larger, can be used outside the other jacket, but with the implementation of the M43 field jacket, 3st MACKINAW is allotted There will be no order contract after that. First made Mackinac coat -1938 1st Pattern M38, the surface is satin cotton, the inside is thick Melton wool, double-breasted body, large curved lapels, buckle under the collar, the button is unique to a generation The metal laurel button can be used to close the collar and wind the waist. The garment is very heavy, with excellent wind resistance and water repellent treatment. The military version is tailored, the version is more relaxed, and the length of the clothing is also medium and long. If you are small and thin, please choose a small size.