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WET WEATHER PARKA used by U.S. NAVY in the 1940s.
The lace-up design on the neck enhances the design and ease of attachment and detachment.
A loose fit that allows you to wear it comfortably with plenty of space in your body and sleeves.
Made of 100% cotton, it has excellent breathability and durability.
40s US Navy issue Deck Rain Parka Anorak 1st Pattern Hook Type（B）
As a U.S. military deck work jacket, it is loosely tailored to facilitate movement.
The copper color effect on the button is to imitate the worn-out effect of wear and oxidation during use
Taking into account the problem of wearing and taking off, the use of drawstring design is easy to adjust the size
During World War II, life on ships was difficult, and it’s very important to keep ventilated and dry.
Because the main working environment at that time was in places with high humidity and high salinity
This time the design of the air vent is also restored on the clothes
Army green is not fancy in autumn and winter, you can easily control it with any combination