Original U.S. WWII Army Major M41 Field Jacket with Removable Fleece Lining by Zero King Sports Apparel
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Original Item: One-of-a-kind. This is a U.S. WWII Army Major M41 Field Jacket with Removable Fleece Lining by Zero King Sports Apparel. It is offered in very good condition. The interior fleece lining can be removed by unbuttoning. Nice Zero King tag to interior. The shoulders have gilt clutch back Major insignia pins.
Collar to shoulder: 10”
Shoulder to sleeve: 22”
Shoulder to shoulder: 17”
Chest width: 21”
Waist width: 21”
Hip width: 21”
Front length: 27″
Olive Drab Cotton Field Jacket (also known as OD Cotton Field Jacket, Parsons Jacket, M-1938 or M-1941) was a field jacket used by US Army soldiers, most famously during the beginning of World War II. In 1941 it started to be phased in as a replacement for the wool four pocket service coat, but around 1943 it was replaced in turn by an improved M-1943 model. Due to wide adoption, M-1941 is usually recognized as a symbol of the World War II American G.I.. The jacket was made in a lighter shade of olive drab called OD number 3.
History of the M41 field jacket:…