British 66 Pattern DPM Jacket

British 66 Pattern DPM Jacket

Product Ref: 00140.   Military Issue - New
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Further Information
Further Information
  • Very thick fully lined material
  • Fastened by zip and buttons
  • Large pull cord on main zip
  • 4 large buttoned pockets and one on arm
This is probably the best combat jacket the British Army ever made. Fully lined throughout means this is a very warm and hardwearing jacket. Available in brand new unissued condition.
Q & A's
Q & A's
Q: Does this 66 pattern jacket have a wool, or fleece liner? And how cold is the jacket rated for? As I live in northen Canada, and it's -45 celceus outside.....
A: It has a fabric lining, and it has no specific rating for temperature.
Q: Does this jacket contain a button flap between legs, and button cuffs?
A: Yes, it has both.
Q: Please can you tell me how long this jacket is from collar to bottom?
A: The length on a Long jacket as measured from the top of the zip (bottom of collar) to the very bottom of the jacket is 32 inches.
Q: From your description, this sounds more suited to winter use than the usual unlined British issue that I've found so far. Is this assumption correct? Secondly, the length doesnt mean a lot to me. At 5'9", would I be right in thinking that I would need a regular length?
A: Yes, being lined, this is a much warmer garment than the contemporary British combat jackets. A regular length would be appropriate for your height.
Q: Is the sizing of this jacket similar to the M-65, ie small/short small/regular small/long etc?
A: Yes, you will need to select the appropriate chest size and height from the drop down lists when ordering.
Q: Can a hood be attached to this jacket?
A: No, this jacket is not designed to be worn with a hood.
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