The Canadians are responsible for some of my favourite pieces of military clothing of all time, and this is no exception. It's somewhere between an American N-3 parka and the British 1951 pattern. Four large chest pockets, fur rimmed hood, and the body is thick as hell. Made in a beautifully faded grey nylon. These jackets, along with most RCAF 40s & 50s pieces is epically rare, I've only ever seen one or two others.
This is is used but solid condition. It looks like the zip may have been replaced (and if so it's been done well), and there are some knits hidden in the cuffs that have a few moth nips. The nylon has faded beautifully with contrasting shades and a little redding to elbows
- Tagged large and fits a size large
- Pit to pit 24"
- Shoulder to shoulder 21"
- Shoulder to cuff 26"
- Collar to hem 36"