"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. not suitable as a battle suit, generally distributed to drivers, communications soldiers, and other mobile units. 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 garment is very heavy, with excellent wind resistance and water repellent treatment.
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