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Trouser & Tunic Test

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The?famous open-collared field blouse M40 tropical field blouse was developed in 1940. The M40 tropical?tunics featured with four pleated patch pockets with scalloped flaps, five-button front and no provision whatsoever for closing the collar. All the buttons were the standard 19mm pebbled type and have the removable ?S? toggles found on all German ?cotton? uniform jackets of the period. A partial lining and a field dressing pocket located in the lower right front of the jacket skirt. The back of the jacket has the usual center vent and central seam. Belt hook hangers are on each side under the arm and the jacket has three eyelets on each side to accommodate the hooks.


You MUST use a tape measure to size your body before ordering

Please note:

*This uniform is sold as a "set" (one jacket and pair of pants)

*The uniform sets are matched at the factory and size pairings cannot be altered

*You MUST use a tape measure to size your body before ordering

*Do not use the size of another garment when determining sizes

*Uniforms have been sized to accommodate undergarments and guarantee a good fit (with the ability to move about... especially around shoulders and waist)

Uniform Measurements:

These uniforms have been sized to fit men with the following physical measurements.  If your body dimensions are within the following ranges, then the corresponding size category is what you will order.


CHEST 36"-38"



CHEST 39"- 40"



CHEST 41"- 42"



CHEST 43"- 46"



CHEST 47"- 48"


You MUST use a tape measure to size your body before ordering!

Items are subject to size availability.  If your size is not in stock, you will not be billed and contacted immediately before order is processed.

$135.00 USD


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