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1935 US Army CCC Fatigue Jumper

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It's a reproduction of the 1935 US Army fatigue jumper. The most used workwear during the work of the Civilian Conservation Corps. It has two big pockets at the chest for easy carrying and retrieving of items. It's 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
  1. Model Billy is height 5' 10"/ 178cm, weighs 159lbs/ 72.5kg, wears a size M, wears effect is fit
  • Size Shoulder(IN) Chest(IN)
    S 19.1 45.3
    M 19.7 46.5
    L 20.1 48.8
    XL 20.5 50.8

    Size Sleeve(IN) Length(IN)
    S 23.6 29.1
    M 24.0 29.7
    L 24.4 30.3
    XL 24.8 30.9
  • Size Shoulder(CM) Chest(CM)
    S 48.5 115.0
    M 50.0 118.0
    L 51.0 124.0
    XL 52.0 129.0

    Size Sleeve(CM) Length(CM)
    S 60.0 74.0
    M 61.0 75.5
    L 62.0 77.0
    XL 63.0 78.5

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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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