Swiss Army M70 Field Jacket — Used
This Swiss Army M70 Jacket is made of the legendary “Alpenflage” camouflage which was worn by Swiss troops into the 1990s. Not only is it a jacket, but also a combat load bearing system. Designed with quality and versatility in mind this jacket is made to make soldiers’ lives easier.
- 100% Heavy Cotton
- Made in Switzerland
- Large, Adjustable Hood with a Camouflage Insect Net (The Hood Can Be Buttoned Out of the Way If Necessary)
- Zip Front, 9 Snap-Flap Pockets for More Essentials, Reinforced/ Waterproof Elbows
- Three Magazine Pouches in The Front - Two Large Ones and A Smaller One
This iconic jacket is highly customizable and features five front pockets, two internal pockets, a left shoulder pocket, and three on the back; more than enough room for daily essentials or small camping gear. It also contains straps inside that will attach to the M70 Field Pants for better load balance. A drawstring waist ensures a custom fit while the front zippered design with built in storm flap ensures added protection against the cold. This jacket makes small day-packs virtually useless!
Sizes Are in Centimeters:
For example: a 52x74 is equivalent to a Medium Short
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Both products I ordered shipped very considering the current pandemic going on. Jacket fit excellently. Outstanding product. Same with the bibs although I should’ve ordered one size up but they still fit fine. Gunna be using these guys for my surplus needs in the future.
This thing measured up to everything I hoped it would. Heavy duty, keeps me warm, and it’s manifold pockets are shockingly helpful! Can keep 7 mags plus a mess kit, cleaning kit, some MRE’s, and more. Strap the rucksack to the back and you could wear everything you need for a camping trip.
Hard to find item, especially in my size. To find it this cheaply and free shipping is unheard of. Items arrived quickly, too. (how often do you see that, even from some companies that charge high fees for shipping and "handling"?) So happy to finally find an extra couple of these for myself and my son.