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USMC P-44 Pattern HBT Utility Jacket

How to measure
How to measure

Size Guide


Sleeve

Measure from the tip of the shoulder down to the bottom of the sleeve

Shoulder

Place the measuring tape at the corner of one shoulder and pull across to the other shoulder. This is an important measurement as some people typically wear the same size but have different shoulder widths.

Chest

Measure from the bottom of one armhole across the chest to the bottom of the opposite armhole.

Length

Place the measuring tape in the middle of the collar and pull it down vertically to the bottom of the jacket.


Waist

For measuring the waist first button the jeans up. Next spread the jeans flat on the surface, and remove any fullness and wrinkles from it.

Front Rise

With the jeans buttoned up, spread the jeans on the floor or table; next remove all wrinkles, and measure this region by starting from crotch seam spot to the spot of the waistband.

Thigh

Starting at the crotch seam and ending 1–2 inches below the hip area.

Length

With the jeans buttoned up, spread the jeans on a table, floor or any other flat surface, with outseams on both corners. After removing all wrinkles and any fullness, measure the length from the top of the waistband.

Inseam

Having the jeans buttoned up, spread the jeans on a surface flat. Now measure the inseam gap from the crotch, at the spot where the front and back seams meet, exactly where, depends on the length you desire ultimately.

Leg Opening

Now in the last step follow the same pattern as the previous steps, that is spread the jeans on a flat surface e.g. table or floor. After removing any fullness or wrinkles, start measurement beginning from one side of the leg opening to the other side of leg opening.

How to measure

Size Guide


Sleeve

Measure from the tip of the shoulder down to the bottom of the sleeve

Shoulder

Place the measuring tape at the corner of one shoulder and pull across to the other shoulder. This is an important measurement as some people typically wear the same size but have different shoulder widths.

Chest

Measure from the bottom of one armhole across the chest to the bottom of the opposite armhole.

Length

Place the measuring tape in the middle of the collar and pull it down vertically to the bottom of the jacket.


Waist

For measuring the waist first button the jeans up. Next spread the jeans flat on the surface, and remove any fullness and wrinkles from it.

Front Rise

With the jeans buttoned up, spread the jeans on the floor or table; next remove all wrinkles, and measure this region by starting from crotch seam spot to the spot of the waistband.

Thigh

Starting at the crotch seam and ending 1–2 inches below the hip area.

Length

With the jeans buttoned up, spread the jeans on a table, floor or any other flat surface, with outseams on both corners. After removing all wrinkles and any fullness, measure the length from the top of the waistband.

Inseam

Having the jeans buttoned up, spread the jeans on a surface flat. Now measure the inseam gap from the crotch, at the spot where the front and back seams meet, exactly where, depends on the length you desire ultimately.

Leg Opening

Now in the last step follow the same pattern as the previous steps, that is spread the jeans on a flat surface e.g. table or floor. After removing any fullness or wrinkles, start measurement beginning from one side of the leg opening to the other side of leg opening.

DESCRIPTION

The experience gained at Tarawa changed the design of the Marine combat uniform.

In March 1944, the new p-44 set was officially released.

The feature of this suit is to carry the necessary combat equipment as much as possible, so there are more pockets for the P-44, it also becomes structurally complicated, there were large pockets on each side of the top fly of the jacket, the left breast has a rectangular pocket with a pocket cover, and the words USMC printed on it. There is a button under the collar to facilitate the installation of a gas masks hood if necessary. The cuff is tightened by a metal button and two buttonholes. Its color of P-44 is darker and deeper than P41.

Compared to P-41, there is no doubt that the P-44 is excellent and advanced in design. However, due to the late release, P-44 was not widely used. It was not until 1945 that the battle of Iwo Jima was deployed in small Numbers, many marines wore their old P-41 uniforms until the end of World War II.

  1. 10oz HBT fabric
  2. Materials: 100% Cotton
  3. The armhole and the side sleeve bottom are finished by double needles fell seam chain, the neat details of workwear
  4. Original version details
  5. Machine-washable, has been pre-washing, not shrink
SIZE & FIT
Model is 5' 8”, weighs 158 lbs and wears a M/38

Size Shoulder Chest
IN CM IN CM
36/S 18.1  46 41.7  106
38/M 18.7  47.5 43.3  110
40/L 19.3  49 45.3  115
42/XL 19.9  50.5 47.2  120
44/XXL 20.5  52 48.8  124

Size Sleeve Length
IN CM IN CM
36/S 23.2  59 26.8  68
38/M 23.8  60.5 27.6  70
40/L 24.4  62 28.1  71.5
42/XL 25.0  63.5 28.7  73
44/XXL 25.4  64.5 29.3  74.5

Size Fit Height Fit Weight
IN CM LB KG
36/S 5'4"-5'7" 165-175 121-143 55-65
38/M 5'6"-5'9" 172-180 143-165 65-75
40/L 5'7"-6'0" 175-183 167-185 76-84
42/XL 5'8"-6'0" 178-185 174-191 79-87
44/XXL 5'9"-6'1" 180-188 180-198 82-90
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