New British MTP Combat Jacket (CS95 Issue)
New British MTP Combat Jacket (CS95 Issue) New British MTP Combat Jacket (CS95 Issue) New British MTP Combat Jacket (CS95 Issue) New British MTP Combat Jacket (CS95 Issue) New British MTP Combat Jacket (CS95 Issue) New British MTP Combat Jacket (CS95 Issue) New British MTP Combat Jacket (CS95 Issue) New British MTP Combat Jacket (CS95 Issue)

New British MTP Combat Jacket (CS95 Issue)

Product Ref: 02790.   Military Issue - New
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  • Genuine British army issue windproof smock
  • CS95 version in new MTP camouflage (compatible with Multicam)
  • Windproof hood with wired edge
  • Button on hood to keep in place when rolled up
  • Drawstring at neck, waist and bottom
  • Two bellows chest pockets with button fastening
  • Two bellows hip pockets with button fastening
  • Two zipped vertical chest pockets with inner pen pockets
  • Two-way full length zip with velcro storm flap
  • Part-lined over shoulders
  • Union jack flag on one sleeve
  • Velcro areas on both sleeves to attach badges
  • Windproof cuffs with velcro fastenings
  • Front rank slide
Genuine issue British Windproof Smock in the very latest MTP (Multi-Terrain Pattern) camouflage in the original CS95 (Soldier 95) cut. This was an early MTP trial issue for troops deploying to theatre overseas from 2010 onwards. This version has now been replaced by the new PCS system. The exact design may differ slightly from that pictured as this was issued as part of an evolving range of kit, but it will be very similar.
Read the MTP Combat Jacket product review.
Read our helpful MTP camouflage article.
Q & A's
Q & A's
Q: Is this showerproof, what is the material ?
A: Showerproof yes, but not waterproof. In common with most military garments there is no label indicating the fibres used in the material.
Reviews (any views expressed are solely those of the reviewer)
Reviews
Good bit of kit
I like the older issue with the uncovered buttons easier to open while wearing gloves, prefer all the features on this smock rather than the newer issue. My only very slight dislike is the thickness of the fabric it is thinner than my old sas dpm smock I had when I was in the light infantry but time has moved on. All in all a very nice smock.
Pros: Good service, Good smock , Good size, Light weight , Good features
Cons: Thinner material than I was use , No other cons at all
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Ed Brann in Radstock
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