CCC 1935 US Army Fatigue Jumper

Size Guide
How to measure
Shoulder:
Measure straight across the back of the tops, from one shoulder point to the other one.

 

Chest:
Measure straight across the buttoned chest, from one armpit to the other.

 

Sleeve
Measure straight across the sleeve, from one shoulder to the cuff.

 

Length
The tops length measurement is taken from the back of the tops from the top of the shoulder, close to the mid side of the neck, following the top of the tops down to the bottom.

 

Waist:
The waistband is measured from side to side along the top edge. Double that number to determine the waist measurement.

 

Seat:
Measure the hip at 6 inches / 15cm from the top front waistband. Double that number for total seat measurement.

 

Front Rise:
The front rise is measured from the crotch seam to the top edge of the front waistband.

 

Back Rise:
The back rise is measured from the crotch seam to the top edge of the back waistband.

 

Thigh:
The thigh is measured 1" / 2.54cm below crotch seam straight across the leg. Double that number for total thigh measurement.

 

Inseam:
Measure the length from the fork (where the legs meet at the crotch) to the pant hem, follow the inside seam.

 

Length:
Measure straight from top of the waistband to the edge of the hem.

 

Leg Opening:
This is measured straight across the leg opening. Double that number to determine the leg opening measurement.

 

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How to measure
Shoulder:
Measure straight across the back of the tops, from one shoulder point to the other one.

 

Chest:
Measure straight across the buttoned chest, from one armpit to the other.

 

Sleeve
Measure straight across the sleeve, from one shoulder to the cuff.

 

Length
The tops length measurement is taken from the back of the tops from the top of the shoulder, close to the mid side of the neck, following the top of the tops down to the bottom.

 

Waist:
The waistband is measured from side to side along the top edge. Double that number to determine the waist measurement.

 

Seat:
Measure the hip at 6 inches / 15cm from the top front waistband. Double that number for total seat measurement.

 

Front Rise:
The front rise is measured from the crotch seam to the top edge of the front waistband.

 

Back Rise:
The back rise is measured from the crotch seam to the top edge of the back waistband.

 

Thigh:
The thigh is measured 1" / 2.54cm below crotch seam straight across the leg. Double that number for total thigh measurement.

 

Inseam:
Measure the length from the fork (where the legs meet at the crotch) to the pant hem, follow the inside seam.

 

Length:
Measure straight from top of the waistband to the edge of the hem.

 

Leg Opening:
This is measured straight across the leg opening. Double that number to determine the leg opening measurement.

 

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Color
Indigo
Size

DETAILS

It's a reproduction of the 1935 US Army fatigue jumper. The most used workwear during the work of the Civilian Conservation Corps. It's a reproduction of the 1935 US Army fatigue jumper. It has two huge chest pockets for easy carrying and retrieving items, and a loose cut for easy wearing and taking off. This fatigue jumper is combined with a fatigue dungaree and a round brim hat(Daisy Mae Hat) to make up a set of fatigue uniforms.

  1. 10 oz. selvage denim, 100% cotton
  2. Cut for loose, like the original version
  3. Nickel alloy buttons
  4. One wash
  5. Machine wash cold with like colors
SIZE & FIT
  1. Model Height: 5' 8”, Weighs: 158 lbs, Wearing size M/38
Size Shoulder Chest
IN CM IN CM
S/36 19.1  48.5 45.3  115
M/38 19.7  50 46.5  118
L/40 20.1  51 48.8  124
XL/42 20.5  52 50.8  129

Size Sleeve Length
IN CM IN CM
S/36 23.6  60 29.1  74
M/38 24.0  61 29.7  75.5
L/40 24.4  62 30.3  77
XL/42 24.8  63 30.9  78.5

Size Fit Height Fit Weight
FT CM LB KG
S/36 5'5"-5'8" 169-179 143-165 65-75
M/38 5'6"-6'0" 173-183 159-181 72-82
L/40 5'7"-6'1" 177-185 172-194 78-88
XL/42 5'9"-6'2" 182-190 187-209 85-95

Measurements reflect garment dimensions. Please use this chart as a general guide as measurements are approximate.

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RETURNS
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President Franklin D. Roosevelt established the Civilian Conservation Corps, or CCC, with an executive order on April 5, 1933. The CCC was part of his New Deal legislation, combating high unemployment during the Great Depression by putting hundreds of thousands of young men to work on environmental conservation projects. Through the course of its nine years in operation, three million young men participated in the CCC, which provided them with shelter, clothing, and food, together with a wage of $30 (equivalent to $600 in 2020) per month ($25 of which had to be sent home to their families).
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