US ARMY high neck sweater introduced in 1942, used in World War II and the Korean War, and used through the 1970s. It was often worn under a field jacket or Mackinac coat, also known as a Jeep sweater, to give soldiers enough warmth against the cold.
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Theodore (Theo) W.
Just got my sweater, and am delighted with it! The fit is comfortable, the style is one which I'm used to, and I was instantly at ease in it---it's exactly what I was after. It's pretty much an exact duplicate of an original which I inherited from my late Grandfather...very pleased!
Love this sweater, the craftsmanship is impeccable and the sweater itself is incredibly warm. It will be a staple for years to come.
Beautiful sweather. happy with it
Excellent quality construction, real wool, very comfortable when wearing. Highly recommend.
Fits true to size, very comfortable, really looks good too!
Bien reçu le superbe pull 5 boutons en noir. Merci de l'envoi rapide.
Great jumper for the price. No complaints at this cost . Great value
A one-to-one repro of the original! Worth every penny!
Great sweater and very comfortable. It's a bit bigger than I expected, but it's great for layering clothing underneath. Very warm.
Very good quality
Well made, heavy and warm. I definitely recommend this item.