Czech Military M98 Parka with Liner


Czech Military M98 Parka with Liner

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It’s not often that we find a Military Parka that is nice enough for casual occasions yet also ready for a hard day’s work. This classic Military Parka wears like iron and looks great. Featuring a tough cotton/polyester outer shell, warm quilted lining, drawstring waist, two hand pockets and one inside pocket. Zipper front with button storm flap. This is a very durable parka that was carefully made with high quality materials. Color: Dark Olive Drab. Used, good condition. Genuine European Military Surplus.

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Size Extra Large,Double Extra Large,Medium,Triple Extra Large,Large
Prop 65 Ca Residents Only
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Was wondering if the zipper is on the left side? Mine is which here is a woman’s jacket, but it fits. Also having trouble with the zipper.

Europe zippers are on the left

is there a sizing chart? idk which size to get

So I am 5 11 and 220 the XL fit great and was a little loose.

If it is real military surplus, then why only one cutoff pic of the product?

I don't know about their display. I do have the parka and liner. Nice for cool weather, but not for extreme cold without under layers.

Country of origin

We are unsure because there are no manufacturer tags. It is Genuine European Military Surplus.

Would this be good for winter time use? We get temperatures of around 5 degrees Fahrenheit.

With proper layers, yes.