M65 Infantry Jacket

M65 Infantry Jacket

£80.00     Product Ref: 02931.   Civilian Issue - NewCivilian Issue - New
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Further Information
Further Information
  • Replacement for M65 Regiment Jacket
  • Improved vintage details with distressed patches and stitching
  • Full length antique effect metal zip
  • 2 bellow chest pockets with press-stud closure
  • 2 large hip pockets with press-stud closure
  • 2 additional side access hand-warmer pockets at front
  • Drawcord at bottom and waist
  • Velcro fastening on collar
  • Concealed hood in collar
  • Outer jacket is fully lined
  • Detachable quilted fleece liner (can be worn as jacket on its own)
  • Additional button fastenings at top of liner
  • Velcro sections on cuffs enables use as hand-warmers
  • Ruffled effect shoulder epaulettes
  • Outer jacket 100% cotton
  • Fleece lining 100% polyester
Introducing the M65 Infantry Jacket - the classic M65 jacket with a vintage twist. Wear with the liner for a warm winter coat; wear without the liner for a lightweight summer jacket.
Exclusive to Mean and Green, this is the new and improved replacement for the best-selling M65 Regiment Jacket. It has all the quality and great features that the M65 Regiment had but with the addition of 2 extra hand-warmer pockets on the front and a few other improvements to the design and style.
Read the M65 Infantry Jacket product review.
These jackets are generously sized, especially if worn without the liner, but the following is an approx guide to sizes.
Small = 40-42" chest
Medium = 43-45" chest
Large = 46-48" chest
XL = 49-51" chest
XXL = 52-54" chest
Please note this is a discontinued item and so we will not be receiving any further stock.
Q & A's
Q & A's
Q: Does the lining fasten/button in the jacket or does it just "float" in the jacket?
A: The liner zips into the outer so is fully attached.
Q: do you sell the m65 infantry jacket in different lengths, ie: large/short ?
A: No sorry, just the regular length.
Q: Can you please tell me What year this Re issue was issued, Is this a genuine US army issue. Also, Why is this item only available at this store?
A: This is a fashion replica, not a genuine army issue. And it is only available here because its our own design!
Q: On the khaki coloured jacket(olive)are the stripes on arms distinct colouring or are they distressed washed/worn effect.(Iam hoping they are not highly distintive marked)
A: The stripes on the sleeve on the olive colour are quite subtle. They are more pronounced on the black jacket.
Q: Does the the M65 jacket black have the strips on the arm?
A: Yes it does.
Q: Do you sell the lining on its own? if so, how much?
A: Sorry no, they are only sold as a complete set.
Q: Do you stock x-small in the M65 infantry jacket. If not could you order it in?
A: Sorry no, these are only made down to size small.
Q: Could you please tell me the length of the sleeve, from the armpit to the bottom of the cuff, and from the top of the shoulder to the bottom of the cuff?
A: A size large when measured from the armpit to the cuff (not including the pointed part of the cuff) is approximately 20.5" and the shoulder (at the join of the sleeve) is 25.5" to the end of the cuff.
Q: What are the waterproof qualities of this jacket?
A: This jacket isn't waterproof.
Q: Could you please tell me the length of the small and medium jacket..
A: The length when measured from the top of the collar to the bottom of the hem at the back is Small=32.5" and Medium=34".
Q: Could you tell me what the overall length of the jacket is, measured from shoulder to drawcord, in size L.?
A: The length of the jacket in size large when measured from the top of the shoulder to the bottom of the hem is approximately 32" or from the top of the neck to the hem is 34.5".
Q: How long is this jacket in size XL, measured from where to collar starts to the drawcord?
A: Approx 34 inches
Q: is the lining smart enough to be worn on its own?
A: The outside is a quilted pattern and no reason why you couldn't wear it on it's own. However, to do the zip up it would have to be pulled from the inside because of the way it attaches to the main jacket.
Q: I am interested in buying the above item,just wondering is the 'm and g 65' featured in the product photo on the item itself?
A: Yes it is. It's a sewn-on badge.
Q: What are the other improvements not listed over the M65 regiment jacket.
A: The main design improvements are the 2 additional pockets and the more secure attachments for the liner - these are issues addressed with the previous version. Other than that, there are some cosmetic changes to the badges, vintage details, etc.
Reviews (any views expressed are solely those of the reviewer)
Reviews
Outstanding Authentic Repro Vintage Military Issue US Field Jacket M-1965
One of my best ever purchases on here! Liked so much I actually bought two! Great for the cold weather, or take out the button in liner and good to go for all times of year just about.
Pros: Great value for money., Lots of pockets, Nice US Woodland camo pattern, Tough construction, Hardwearing
Cons: none
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Trevor DC Gamble in East Grinstead, West Sussex UK on 27 Oct 2016.

Size
I see there are a few issuses with sizes. Im 5ft 7 with a 41 inch chest. I always wear medium size clothes so i ordered the medium and it fits great.
Pros: Really warm, Fits well
Cons: none
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Juan pablo popscotch in Coventry on 03 Dec 2015.

Great jacket
An excellent jacket well made and warm . I also own an alpha m65 from mean and green and the alpha is in a class of its own in regards to build and material but this jacket is still an excellent buy . As usual first class service from mean and green .
Pros: Value for money
Cons: none
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Nick in Stockton on tees on 01 Dec 2015.

Excellent
I bought one for my better half last year and she loves it. Camping, festivals and walking she's always in it. If you want a warm winter coat and a cool summer one you really can't beat them and you will never run out of pockets. Highly recomended
Pros: Stylist, Plenty of pockets, Very warm
Cons: Can be a bit bulky
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Ian marsden in Darwen on 28 Nov 2015.

Fantastic Coat To Wear
This is my second review after wearing it for a yell it is a nice and light jacket to wear and you do not know you have it on and very warm in the cold weather sins i have been wearing this coat i have never felt cold like i have wearing other coats i should have got one of these coats a long time a go i can see it is going to last a long time as it as good strong jacket and the sips are very strong and there is plenty of room in the pockets and i would recommend this jacket to anybody to wear i have not stop wearing it sins I Purchase it i would give this jacket 110 %.
Pros: Light , Plenty Of Room In The Pockets , Very Warm , Strong Martial , And Good Strong Zips
Cons: none
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Michael in Northwich on 28 Nov 2015.

5'10
The jacket will go a little past your buns, however there are strings that can be tightened to fix this. (32" collar to hem) The arm length is just right. (19-20" armpit to wrist) The liner separately fits perfectly. The jacket separately is baggy (not so much with the strings done). Together they fit very comfortably but may look big. I like the jacket and would recommend it for larger individuals, but would love it if they had xs stock.
Pros: Comfortable, Warm
Cons: none
Sizing: Feels large
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Dick in London on 31 Mar 2015.

I Would Recommend this
I have just received my jacket this morning and i like the jacket very much and it is very comfortable on and the fit is just right wish i add come a cross mean & green a lot sooner and on looking at the reviews they are spot on with this jacket i am looking forward to getting good service out of this jacket and it looks very warm as well it was just what i was looking for
Pros: And will last a long time , A very good jacket
Cons: none
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Suppermike in Northtwich on 12 Mar 2015.

3rd M65 jacket
This will be my third M65 jacket from mean and green. You couldnt buy a better jacket for the money.I took advantage of the 25% off but worth every penny.I wear it everywhere.Plenty of pockets nice and warm and easy to clean
Pros: Very warm and comfy, As said before plenty of pockets, Great sizing
Cons: Cant find any
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Simon in Welwyn garden city on 06 Mar 2015.

Fantastic jacket - so warm!
Great quality jacket. Looks fantastic. Is incredibly warm. I would normally buy a large, but took other reviewer's advice and ordered medium - and the jacket fits perfectly. I had concerns that it wouldn't looks as good as it does in the pictures, but my fears disappeared when I took it out the packaging.
Pros: Production quality seems good, Feels nice and chunky, Warm!, Looks great
Cons: Can't think of any!
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Col in Hampshire on 18 Dec 2014.

2 Years in and still wearing it
Got one 2 years ago in October ( see review way below the others). Jacket is great I wear it with a T shirt or just a sweat shirt as it's so warm if your going to the shops or whatever. Out with dog its great its not gortex so yeh it gets wet but it drys out ok. You won't be disappointed
Pros: none
Cons: none
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Craig P in Balloch, Scotland on 22 Nov 2014.

Two years later.....
If you look down the reviews you will see that I have had one of these jackets for nearly two years now. I still think it was worth every penny. Brilliant cold weather jacket that I have no reservations in recommending.
Pros: Warm,looks really good with more
Cons: Heavier hood would be good.
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Numbnut uk in Staffs on 21 Oct 2014.

Great jackit
Best coat I've ever had
Pros: Ever thing about it
Cons: none
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Hunter in Leeds on 27 Apr 2014.

Another great jacket
I bought the older style one a few years ago and still wear it most days.Was so pleased with it that i had to buy the newer one but in a different colour.Few extra pockets on the new one which is a bonus.Cant fault this jacket in any way.
Pros: Very warm loads of pockets
Cons: Cant find any
Sizing: Feels large
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Simon in Welwyn garden city on 02 Apr 2014.

M65. Worth it!
First off, this is a great jacket for the price. Most points have been covered by previous reviewers so I will deal with just a couple of niggling issues. Just arrived today so will veer away from usage and longevity. If fits like a glove. I am 6ft and just under 14 and a half stone so I would normally order an XL or even XXL as I don't like close fitting garments. I took the advice of above reviews and went for a large. Can still fit a hoody underneath if required but works best with just a T shirt, it feels that warm and snug. An XL would have looked ridiculous. If I am honest at first impressions it does not have that full on urban army surplus look that I envisaged. This is probably because it is straight out of the bag and the liner does give the jacket some volume. Dare I say that it almost feels slightly 80's blouson. This will fade in time I'm sure and some wear and tear will see to that, also the fact I got this item in black gives it more of a high street look. I'm being picky , much like when I say, please dispense with the printed Seargent stripes on the sleeve, they add nothing and cheapen the item. Apart from that, buy with confidence, this is a year round jacket with a price that you get nothing for if this was a brand name.
Pros: Different from the , Price, Warmth, Comfort
Cons: Appliqué insignia
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Murphybarnes in Aberdeen on 25 Feb 2014.

A Must Buy Jacket !!!!!!!
I read the reviews an eagerly awaited delivery and all i can say is wow , it is solid , well made , hard wearing , toasty warm and it looks great on , i cannot say enough about this jacket, if Rambo went into Mean and Green this is what he would buy. I live in the countryside and this is the best coat i have ever bought, you simply must buy one.But buy a size smaller than usual is good advice.
Pros: Warm as Toast, Great Material, Well made, Feels Solid, Looks Mean.
Cons: Will not want to take it off.
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Steve Tyler in Cumbria on 27 Jan 2014.

Nice enough jacket, nightmare customer service
I purchased this coat last year, I was rather excited for it. It looked great in the picture. Being from out of the UK i was expecting extra shipping fees, so I can't complain about that. But when it arrived I found it was too large. The product itself was nice enough. If i fit into it I bet it would be very comfortable. For a small it was ENORMOUS. So I tried returning it, which cost me even more money. The comany said to post it to the shipping address on the package i received. Which I did. No problems. 6 months later and several inquiries with M&G and my shipping service as to where it might be and it returned to me in Canada. Tracking reveled it had waited at the shipping station for almost four moths of that time. In the end it had been sent back to me and M&G denied any responsibility and made no effort to help recoup any of my expenses. Overall buying this coat was a huge waste of time and huge money sink for me. Dealing with M&G customer service was a long line of excuses and denial.
Pros: Warm, Nice fabric
Cons: Be a large person to wear it, Huge for a small, Customer service
Sizing: Feels large
Would recommend: No
Follow-up by Meanandgreen: Sorry to hear of your disappointment Ben. We're always happy to accept returns, but as the jacket never arrived back with us we were unable to process a refund on this occasion.
Reviewed by Ben in Canada on 17 Jan 2014.

An incredible piece of kit
I ordered the M65 after some deliberation. In hindsight that was a waste of time. This jacket is extremely warm, comfortable, well fitting and looks great. On the day of arrival it was 4 degrees out, so I ventured out, wearing a sweatshirt and t-shirt beneath. However, within five mins the sweatshirt had to come off. The M65 is that warm. I am 6'2", 14 stone with a 44" inch chest, yet the size M firs perfectly. Normally I have to buy a L or XL to cope with my long arms and broad shoulders. If you buy one, buy a size down from your normal! My only negative is I can't find any! I like to moan about stuff.
Pros: Look, Warmth, Price
Cons: None found!
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Mark in Southampton on 18 Nov 2013.

Great Coat
Good value, more than one coat, very good pockets layout
Pros: Concealed hood, Size, Warm
Cons: none
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Naveed in Luton, UK on 10 Nov 2013.

Best Winter Jacket Ever
I had never been big on wearing winter jackets as I always hated the look of them, but my interest in the military brought me to this. The jacket keeps me warm in the autumn winds without the liner but further into winter it will be good to try the full thing. Being 5'10 and quite scrawny, the small is a bit wide in the chest but I still have time to grow into it. The 6 pockets on the front of the jacket make going out very convenient and has been praised by friends at school. I always look for an excuse to wear this is jacket it is that good.
Pros: Six front pockets, Detachable liner, Looks great
Cons: none
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Jordan in Edinburgh on 28 Oct 2013.

Money well spent
I searched high and low for an M65 Jacket which would live up to the name and my expectations. The Mean and Green M65 Infantry Jacket is an exceptionally good buy, I would have no hesitation in recommending it to anyone. I'm short, 5'9" 80kg and muscular build and always find it difficult to get a jacket which fits and looks good whilst still allowing me to move; I usually end up buying a coat which is too long so i can get the fit across the shoulders/chest. I bought a medium size and it fits a treat, they are very large fitting. The quality of the jacket is tops. The only thing I didnt like was that its not water resistant, so i bought the Wet Blocker Spray along with the jacket and treated it; got caught in the rain a few times and it held up fine, no water got through and I was warm and dry, JOB DONE.
Pros: Stylish, Well made, Comfortable, Warm
Cons: Not waterproof
Sizing: Feels large
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Darren in Ireland on 25 May 2013.

M65 Infantry Jacket
Overall, an excellent jacket with all the features I expected and more. The only thing that could be said to be a hassle is the large sizing; I'm usually a large so I bought a small but it was a big baggy, however this is no problem at all and I have managed to fix that. Still, this is undoubtedly the best jacket I've ever bought from here so far.
Pros: Can be altered to suit climate, Stylish look, Excellent quality
Cons: Aside from bagginess, none
Sizing: Feels large
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Banksy in Edinburgh on 25 Apr 2013.

Best coat you'll EVER buy!!!!
Crackin' coat, ultra versatile as inner lining easily pops out when needed eg Summer months. Even during the recent cold weather, this coat didnt let me down at all. One morning walk I did was at -10C and I couldnt feel the cold at all. Dont hesitate to buy this coat, just make sure you get the right size. They are massive so if you usually wear a large, the medium will probably feel extra roomy!!
Pros: Very chunky zip, 3 coats in one, Huge, multiple pockets, Ultra warm
Cons: Double check the sizes!!!!!!!!!!
Sizing: Feels large
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Danny in Bristol, UK on 17 Apr 2013.

Vintage look and feels great on
The M65 Infantry Jacket has the vintage look and quality of a WW11 era jacket. Nice detailed attention to design and comfort; with a quality choice of materials. It definititely has the right look and feels great on. The outer shell fits nicely over the insulating quilted and fleeced liner. I'm in the mountains of VA., U.S.A.; and appreciate the wind resistance and warmth. The liner has good quality zippers up the sides, a few buttons across the back neck to shoulders and a snap tab at each cuff. A jacket for all seasons. I usally wear a medium 40- 42; the small fits good. I don't know that adding the distress stitching on the right shoulder made any sense; but it does blend with the jacket. My dad's WW11 Air Force patch covered the area, and definitely looks right on the jacket. Thanks MeanandGreen- for a great jacket and quick ship.
Pros: Style, Quality, Fit, Warmth, Removeable Liner
Cons: None
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by John Hevener in Monterey, VA., U.S.A. 24465 on 12 Mar 2013.

Amazing Jacket!!!!!!!!!
This jacket is the best purchase I've made in a long time. The quality is second to none and is very comfortable and hard wearing. The sizing is spot on, unlike alot of other companies selling similar ones. In my opinion no one can compete with Mean and Green on quality, and affordability, truly second to none!
Pros: Functional, Stylish, Amazing fit, Comfortable, Durable
Cons: none
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Ginger Ninja in Carlisle on 07 Mar 2013.

Spot on for me
Well pleased with this jacketgood fit well worth the money
Pros: 100%
Cons: none
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Jimagy in Skipton on 27 Jan 2013.

Best coat I've ever had
The best coat i have ever owned. my mum got the jacket for christmas although she gave it to me in november as an early present. We've had some really cold weather recently and the coat has kept me warm all the way through, i can't actually wear anything more than a t-shirt underneath it as i start to get too hot. i would recommend this jacket to anyone. my dad like mine so much he ordered one for himself. please don't make the mistake that i did and buy the jacket in your normal size otherwise it will be too big. I originally asked for the large but when it arrived it was far too big so had to order the size down. As i say its a really good jacket that will keep you warm no matter when. The only thing i would say thats bad about the jacket is that when you take the inner lining out it becomes a bit baggy but i went to see Richard Ashcroft last year and he was wearing a army jacket with a leather jacket underneath it, he looked the sh*t! Ive since tried it myself and it looks pretty cool so every cloud. GREAT JACKET!
Pros: none
Cons: none
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Lewis in Liverpool on 16 Jan 2013.

Well worth the money
Brought today (05/01/13), lovely and warm (need for Iceland in Feb), really comfy to wear and looks good on am really pleased with purchase. The only let downs are the cuffs and the inner liner when removed makes the jacket that much larger when worn.
Pros: Stylish, Smart, Comfortable, Warm
Cons: Umcomfortable cuffs, Jacket when inner liner removed
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Alan (aka Ming) in Wolverhampton on 05 Jan 2013.

Worth Every Penny...
I bought an M65 two or three weeks back. The coat is excellent for the cold weather, and because it has three variations in one coat can be used in various situations. Taking the outer off, and using the liner in a warmish pub is a good option. The liner doesn't look silly on its own, and is warm to boot. There are no pockets in the liner, having an inside pocket would be handy ( I have had one sown in to mine) The hood is a little light weight, I would like to see it made of the same material as the rest of the coat. I am a 40 chest and the medium fits me well, with the liner in that is. I haven't had it out in the rain, it isn't sold as water proof anyway, but in the cold and windy weather that we have had lately it has been first class.
Pros: Thumb Extensions!, Very adaptable style, Good looking coat.
Cons: Hood is lightweight
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Numbnutuk in Staffs on 20 Dec 2012.

Looks good but....
I received this jacket yesterday evening - I am 5'7" 150lbs and 38 inch chest - I normally hover between small and medium - I read that these come up big so plumped for the 'small'. First impressions was that it looked huge when I unpacked it but it fittied ok, it does tend to bellow out a bit at the shoulders, giving the effect of being much larger across the shoulders - also the arms seem to come up very long - I think I am at the absolute limit for the sizing, anyone smaller than me would be swamped. It does look to be well made and very warm, was pleasantly surprised at the quality of the lining - I think you you could wear that on its own - so it really is 3 jackets in one.
Pros: Looks good, Warm, Well made
Cons: Very wide across the shoulders, Long arms needed
Sizing: Feels large
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Markazz in London on 12 Dec 2012.

Awesome jacket
Couldn't be happier with this jacket. Bought a couple of weeks ago and I'm really satisfied with it. The fleece liner keeps me very warm and snug when I'm out in the cold. And I love the vintage style is right up my street.
Pros: Lots of pockets, Vintage look, Good price, Very warm
Cons: none
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Larry Williams in Norfolk on 24 Nov 2012.

Glad I waited
I saw the old regiment jackets in the meanandgreen shop but i only spotted them toward the end of last winter so couldn't justify buying one. so this year i went back and found that theyve repleaced them with this new version which seems even better so glad i waited! so far its been really good, had cold weather last week and this kept me nice and snug while waiting in an arctic wind at the bus stop! i didn't realise the fleece zips out until they told me in the shop so i'll be wearing it in the summer too.
Pros: Lots of pockets, Good value, Warm, Cool look, Heavy weight
Cons: none
Sizing: Feels large
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Twister99 in Wolves on 01 Nov 2012.

Amazing Jacket
A really good high quality jacket, haven't tested it in snow weather but the day I bought it, it was fairly cold. The fleece lining is amazingly warm, I was walking back and was really warm with the jacket done up fully. Fully worth the price and would definitely reccomend to anyone wanting a big, thick coat. I tend to wear the coat without its fleece lining so that I can wear a jumper underneath, but when winter hits, the fleece lining will be in.
Pros: Detachable Fleece Lining, Very Warm with Fleece, Large Pockets, Feels High Quality, Thick Material
Cons: No Obvious Flaws
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by The Spateman in Wolverhampton, UK on 24 Oct 2012.

Hugely Pleased
I must admit my heart sank when I clicked on the homepage and saw that the M65 regiment jacket had been replaced, I am a cautious buyer and was monitoring the reviews and decided to take the plunge. When I saw the new M65 Infantry Jacket and the stock photo I was a bit unsure however I went ahead. I'm glad I did. Staight out of the packaging I thought 'my god it looks massive!' I had ordered a medium however my mind was put at rest when I tried it on, a perfect fit, I am 5'10" and 13 1/2 stone. I have long arms and the sleeves sit perfect for me which means they might be long for some.. The general stitching is high quality, the button studs are small in my experience but very strong and work fine. The material is good heavy cotton I chose the olive colour. The zipper for main jacket closure is a heavy duty brass type metal which runs clean and there are no 'sticky' bits that often mar your enjoyment of a jacket. The back has a bellow type cut (nothing to severe)at each shoulder which looks good and is needed due to the padding of the fleece lined inner. Each pocket is thoroughly stitched and reinforced and feels substantial. The new addition of the side pockets works well and are comfortably placed behind the bottom two pockets. The sleeves have a fold away extension at the cuff, which can be secured by velcro to help keep your hands warm. The inner fleece is very warm and fits into the jacket perfectly. It is secured at the back of the jacket by three solidly stitched buttons one either side on the neck and one in the centre with button holes on the inner lining of the M65. The inner jacket sleeves are attached to the outer by a stud attachment at the cuff. The inner fleece is zipped to the front of the jacket with good quality zips. The hood is thin cotton. The overall quality of this jacket is impressive and it is extremely warm, worked well on my evening walk to the pub, out with the dog and to the local shops in some heavy rain and gusting wind. Although its not waterproof as such it didn't let me down. All in all I'm mightily chuffed with this jacket and will be wearing it through the winter and beyond.
Pros: Interchangeability , Quality, Warmth
Cons: None so far
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Craig P in Balloch, Scotland on 17 Oct 2012.

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