Made circa. 1960s in Hong Kong, a popular R&R destination for US troops stationed in Vietnam. These coveralls are a super light-weight cotton material, ideal for the tropics of Vietnam. Commercial 'Duck Hunter' camouflage garments were popular in Vietnam amongst Early advisors and Special troops. Commercially available and privately purchased clothing such as flight suits, vests, jackets, shirts, trousers and coveralls consisting of a number of camouflage patterns can be documented in use throughout the war.
It features a full-length chrome zip, a buttoned collar, two chest pockets, waist pockets and button-adjustable ankle cuffs.
In overall very good condition with minor wear from use - All buttons, fittings and fixtures are present and working. The label is present and legible. Some minor damage to the lower legs and right arm as seen.