60s Vintage 'Stone' OG-107 M65 Field Jacket - Medium

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Genuine US Military issue

Circa. 1960s indicated by the chrome zip - Vietnam War era

Includes original patches - Named to Captain Stone, an aircrewman with the 1st Cavalry Division and prior wartime service with the 1st Aviation Brigade. The name tape is theatre-made.

2nd pattern M65 with epaulettes and bellow cuffs.

50/50 nylon/cotton blend wind-resistant sateen shell. Fully lined.

The penultimate field jacket. The first M65 contracts started in 1966 and the design remained practically consistent until the late 2010s. It features a zip & snap front closure, four large pockets, adjustable cuffs and waist, an internal hood, and buttons to fit a removable liner.

Excellent condition with some minor signs of wear - All buttons, fittings, and fixtures are present and working. The contract label is present and legible. There is some light sporadic staining as seen.

Labelled small long
Flat garment measurements (inches):
Chest: 44" (22" P2P)
Length: 33"
Arm: 26"
Shoulder: 19"

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