Ripstop Jungle Jacket 1970 - Large ShortClutch Cafe
First issued in 1963, the Tropical Combat Uniform was designed for use in warmer climates and specifically for use by troops in the conflict in Vietnam, in which the US was becoming embroiled.
There are three major patterns of the Topical Combat Jacket, more commonly known as the 'Jungle Jacket'; though the 'third pattern' issued in 1967 was the final iteration and the simplest design.
Constructed in a OG-107 cotton rip-stop, the jungle jacket has become a wardrobe staple and easy-wearing, everyday, practical item of vintage clothing, with a lot of history and a lot of style.
Since the beginning of the year there has been certain changes to service due to the on going Covid-19 pandemic, as well as Brexit which means that our courier services maybe experiencing some delays which are out of our control. For these reasons we cannot guarantee quoted delivery times, though very rarely have we found issues and holdups.
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(Free Next Day Delivery on Order Over £100)
Europe & Rest of World
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*After the UK’s recent departure from the European Union, there has been an unavoidable upheaval in all trade.
To help ease the confusion, we use a shipping partner to assist us with all international shipments, which allows us to show you, upfront, all costs before delivery including duties and customs know as DDP (Delivery Duty Paid).
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