One of the rarest and certainly the most in demand military sweatshirts, with an iconic one pocket design. These were made in the pre-war period and used by both the Army and Army Air Corps. Duracraft itself was an offshoot of Champion, a subbrand that was known for printed sweats & tees. The example has a strong print on the chest for the US Army's Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio Texas.
This is solid, but not perfect. There are a couple of small holes, particularly on the back right shoulder and around the print. This is certainly a very wearable piece, but should be handled with some care.
- No tag but fits a modern medium - it's great on me when worn with a white t-shirt
- Pit to pit 21"
- Shoulder to shoulder 19"
- Shoulder to cuff 23.5"
- Collar to hem 23.5"