1940s WWII USMC HBT ‘Shooting Jacket’ Size M/L
- A rare collectors item that was possibly custom made in USA in the 1940's or after. A shooting jacket usually consists of an unlined jacket with padded elbows, a padded shoulder piece and pouches or pockets for shells. This one was probably worn with a belt og bag and does not have any side pockets. It is usually worn over another jacket or shit, therefore it doesn't have a collar.
- 100% Cotton HBT (Herringbone Twill)
- One buttoned chest pocket
- Two larger inside pockets
- Large brown urea buttons
- Padded elbows and shoulder
- Half-belt on back
- Gussets on back for improved movement
- Large USMC stencil on chest pocket
Condition: Good condition for it's age, but a very old garment that has smaller dings and dongs. Right elbow has a hole that could be repaired.
- Size: No label with size present. We recommend a modern mens size M or L. Please see measurements below before purchase:
- Pit to pit: 22"
- Shoulder to shoulder: 19”
- Sleeve from shoulder to end of cuff: 23"
- Back length: 25"
- Front length: 27”