Extreme Cold Weather Fishtail Hood - Used
This fully adjustable hood is the perfect attrition to your field coat or parka. Colored in the original OG-107, this hood is truly a vintage treasure. The hood visor is lined with wire so it can be customized for your head and won’t fall out of place.
These hoods were issued to US Troops and are lightly used.
- Genuine Issue (NSN# 8415-00-782-3004)
- Shell: 65% Cotton 35% Nylon
- Lining: 56% Wool 29% Cotton 15% Nylon
- Dated from the 1970’s!
- Made in the USA by Propper
This hood features a synthetic fur lining and easily attaches to M-65 Field Jacket, M-65 Parka or the older M-51 Parka. It features a drawstring and Velcro® closure. One size fits all.
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Without a doubt the product was exactly what I needed. The order came quickly and I will be doing more business with you in the furure.
This hood is exactly what I've been looking for and is a good accessory for mt M65 field jacket with the liner. This will keep my head warm during those cold Missouri winter days shoveling snow and working out in the elements.
This hood appears to be new with no wear and tear evident. I'm thinking about ordering the camo hot and cold hood if it will mate up to the M65 field jacket. Not sure if it will since the description says it has snaps and not buttons but it may still work any way and it would better match my field jacket.
It’s used. I saw some reviews that said it looked new. Well they got lucky, mine is pretty well worn. Basically it is exactly as described. Don’t buy this expecting you’ll get a NOS hood. You’re going to get a fairly worn, but serviceable hood.
The description in the web site states this is a used hood. The one I got was either new or very very lightly used. No wear marks or faded labels. The white faux fur looked it has never been outside. If I needed another one, I would definitely buy another one. Fit my M65 field jacket. I did add a button on my jacket for the loop on the hood and 2 for the interior flap. Some M65 jackets have the loop button and some don't. There are some buttons on the hood that I don't know how they are used. Didn't find anything on the web.