Warsaw Pact Olive Drab Field Jacket w/ Liner


Warsaw Pact Olive Drab Field Jacket w/ Liner

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Traveling to us from the Warsaw Pact period of Eastern Europe, this traditional military style jacket should have a place in everyone’s outerwear rotation. This very stylish coat will only become more comfortable the more you wear and wash it. Featuring a button-down front enclosure and two Velcro secured waist pockets. Also features a button secured Olive Drab square quilt liner with double reinforcement stitching. This coat has various military markings and insignia on it which makes it very adaptable for many closets. Condition: Unused, good condition. Color: Olive Drab. Genuine European Military Surplus.

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Size Medium,Large,Extra Large
Prop 65 Ca Residents Only
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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seriously Warsaw Pact! Its Italian I have one and it clearly says Escercito Italiano(Italian Army)

Weird they sent me an email to answer your question because I bought one I guess. all I can say is yes you are correct its Italian and going off my public school education Italy was not part of the Warsaw pack, so it's not a Warsaw jacket. nice jacket though would buy again.

Is the Olive Drab square quilt liner removable ?

It is. The liner has holes for buttons which are sewn on the inside of the jacket, and built in snap connectors to close it tightly to itself. You could use the liner on a different jacket by sewing buttons onto the inside of another similar jacket.

Is the outer fabric heavy-duty like traditional duck canvas? I'm looking for something I can use for rough work like cutting trees or wrangling construction materials.

No, its a twill, not as study as the old US field jacket. The material isn't listed but it seems to be a polyester/cotton blend. Probably not the best work jacket.