1940’s WWII 13-Star Frogskin HBT Coveralls Size L
- Utility coveralls used in the 1940's and 1950's by the USMC and others
- Made in USA
- 100% cotton HBT (Herringbone Twill)
- Two cargo chest pockets with brass stud buttons
- Two cargo side pockets with brass stud buttons
- Conmar 'Bell' brass zipper in front opening
- 13-star buttons on cuffs for adjustment
- Chainstitch and singlestitch construction
- Gussets on back for better movement
- Inside elastic suspenders
- Loose straight fit
Frogskin (or Duck Hunter) camouflage was used by the Marines in WWII and was proven to be very effective and today the garments are considered quite rare. It consists of two brown and two green spots on a beige or light green background.
Condition: These coveralls are used and has wear. Spots visible on front right side and near right cuff on sleeve. Some distressing at knees. Beautiful fade to the fabric. Please inspect all photos prior to purchase.
Size: No tags or stamps. Best fit would be a mens modern L by our best judgement. Please bare in mind that overalls/coveralls need to fit slightly larger in the waist, than a normal pair of pants, to make them fit right.
See measurements below before purchase:
- Pit to pit: 22"
- Shoulder to shoulder: 19.5"
- Sleeve from shoulder to end of cuff: 24"
- Waist across: 18"
- Inseam: 30"
- Neckline to waist: 18"
- Leg opening: 9.5"
- Thigh: 16"