ECWCS Gen II Level 6 Extreme Cold/Wet Weather Parka — ACU
The Gen II ECWCS (Extended Cold Weather Clothing System) Parka is manufactured using Gore-Tex® fabric and is made to protect against wind, rain and extreme cold weather conditions. This genuine issue US Military Gore-Tex® parka delivers unsurpassed comfort and protection in a broad range of weather conditions.
- Genuine US Army Issue
- Gore-Tex® seams throughout for superior waterproofing and breathability
- Drawstring hood, neck, waist, and hem and adjustable Velcro® sleeves
- Badge tab secured with Hook and loop closure
- Made in USA
Meets Military Specification MIL-DTL-32184 & NIR compliant
This Genuine US Army Issue Gen II Level 6 Parka is manufactured using Gore-Tex® material and sealed with waterproof tape. Gore-Tex® is a waterproof and windproof, yet breathable fabric specially designed to keep you more comfortable and drier by allowing moisture vapor to escape, so you and your clothing stay drier. The breathability of the fabric is increased in the Gen II in order to provide more comfort across a broader range of temperatures and weather conditions, thereby enhancing its operational effectiveness. This parka also features NIR (Near-Infrared Reduction) signature reduction.
The Parka design incorporates the following features: Two-way closure front entry; draw cord closing hood; slide fastener underarm openings; fastener tape adjustable wrist tabs; elasticized wind skirt bottom; map pockets with fastener tape closures.
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Order was shipped and received way earlier than stated or expected. Great job.
This parka is top notch. I wore it while I was shoveling during a blizzard in below freezing tempatures. I was warm, dry and comfortable. Highly Recommend this Item for any survivalist, law enforcement, patriot, or outdoorsman.
My jacket got here fast and was just like the one I was issued..! Very happy with the transaction!
i am very please and grateful. keep it up folks ..
We tested these in the 1srt Ranger Bn., back in the 80's. I've been wanting one since. We were 1bout 15 -18 miles offshore, and started raining, like a wall of water coming down, I stayed dry and the wind made No difference. I'd recommend to anyone.