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Grrr - I'm a military-issue "bear-shirt" (size small, brand new)!


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Jul 26, 2006
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Sold - thanks! This is a new-in-package US mil-issue "bear-shirt", which is a thermal-fleece lined jacket. It has great little details, including fleece lined waist pockets, nylon chest pockets, nylon elbow and forearm patches, nylon-reinforced shoulders, nylon armpits, and velcro wrist straps. It's ridiculously warm and the sleeves are high and slim - I'm planning to layer it with a shell in lieu of buying a heavy winter coat. I'm asking $40, shipped anywhere in the US (+$3 to Canada, +$8 internationally). My paypal is [email protected] and I can ship the business day after payment goes through. It's tagged a small, and the measurements are: chest - 19.25" length - 26" sleeve (wrist to center of back) - 32.5" sleeve (a few inches down from shoulder seam) - 7" shoulders - 17.5" For reference, I'm 6'2" and 175 - (I just realized I didn't take any pictures of the rear - it's pretty plain, but you can see the nylon shoulder, elbow, and elbow/forearm patches.)

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