A classic piece of WW2 clothing, and one of the most in-demand pieces in the vintage world. Many people erroneously refer to these as desert smocks, but these were actually designed for use in mountains, the tawny colour providing some camouflage in natural environments. The classic British windproof smock was introduced early in the war, and would go on to be used extensively by the British in various guises well into the 90s. I've got pictures of guys wearing these from WW2 through to Desert Storm!
This is in perfect and seemingly only lightly used condition. The material itself is of the tawny 'salt & pepper' style rather than the more common flat tan drab. The 1942 dated label is present, though faded. There is a O acceptance stamp, again dating this to 1942.
- Tagged a size 2
- Fits anything between a modern medium to XL depending upon desired fit
- Pit to pit 26"
- Shoulder to shoulder 25"
- Shoulder to sleeve 19.5"
- Collar to hem 27 "
Smock only, trousers sold separately.