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Canadian Army Mk-2 Field Jacket

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by cicero79, Dec 19, 2011.

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    Purchased from another SF Member, they are allowing me to use this description and photos to sell the item. Price includes shipping the United States

    This is a stylish field jacket from the Canadian Army. The jacket has a corduroy collar, thick, heavy-duty chrome zipper and copper or brass zipper tracks. The jacket has a number of handy outside pockets (large bottom pockets even have pockets on the inside). The jacket features a thick and warm winter lining which can be removed when the jacket is used during milder weather, and storm cuffs to keep the wind out of your sleeves. Called a "3 season" jacket, the jacket is also warm enough for an American winter or even for most of an Ottawan winter.

    This is the original Canadian Army Jacket that inspired the popular and expensive Wings+Horns MK-2 Field Jacket.

    The jacket itself is in good condition but does show some surface wear in a few places where the surface material has worn away a bit (may be slight moth damage, see photos), but is otherwise fine. Zipper and buttons all in working order.

    This Canadian Combat Field Jacket was manufactured in 1984 (see photos) and is a size Small Short. Tag says the jacket will fit a man's chest size 33.5 to 37.5 inches and a man's height of 63.1 to 67 inches. Please see measurements:

    Shoulder to shoulder: 17 inches
    Shoulder to cuff: 24 inches
    Chest, across the front from pit to pit: 21 inches
    Length, from back of collar to hem: 30 inches
     

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