Similar to the M-43 from WWII, but with buttons for attaching a liner jacket inside. The rarest version of the WWII/Korea field jackets
Used by the US Army in Korea until the successor, the M-51 was produced
Four larger cargo pockets on front with buttons
Dark olive green
Made of heavy canvas cotton outer and poplin cotton lining
The field jacket hood attachment possible (not included)
Cuffs have buttons for adjustment
Original brown urea buttons (50's style)
Named Tenshaw Robert E. handwritten inside
Dated 30. June 1951
Manufactured by Glazer Mfg. Co. Inc.
Condition: Great condition, with some signs of wear. Slight fraying on cuffs, collar, button opening and drawstring area. Second button for adjustment missing on one cuff. Still has a dark olive green color with almost no fading.
Size: Size tag is not present. This jacket would fit a modern mens M or L - It could also fit a size S with a liner or layers underneath. Please see measurements below before purchase: