Another classic deck jacket, and actually becoming remarkably hard to find in good condition! These replaced the WW2 era N4 olive deck jackets and retain a lot of the same design, but updated with a much more comfortable lining. These would be worn as standard temperate to cold weather outers during the early 60s. This particular example, made in 1965, is named to a Lt Jerry D Everman, who served aboard the USS James K Polk, a Benjamin Franklin Class submarine that carried ballistic missiles.
This is in used but solid vintage condition, the perfect amount of salt. The Universal zipper works perfectly, and the patches are great. There is some fraying and one repair to the cuffs, and fading throughout.
- Tagged a size 40
- Fits a modern size 40 perfectly!
- Pit to pit 22"
- Shoulder to shoulder 176"
- Shoulder to cuff 23.5"
- Collar to hem 26"