GI Vintage Fishtail Parka Liner

Genuine Issue

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These vintage parka liners will be a great addition to your fishtail parka; they are designed to protect you from cold winters outdoors. This genuine issue fishtail parka liner is made out of polyester with a nylon outer covering. It easily connects to the M-65 Fishtail Parka with button slits that line up to the parka’s buttons.

     • Polyester with a nylon outer covering
     • M65 Fishtail Parka compatible
     • Vintage Genuine Issue
     • Made in USA
     • NSN 8415-00-782-2882


This fishtail parka liner is super versatile; some people sew on some buttons so it can be used as a jacket or even wear them plain as a fashion piece. The choice is yours.

 

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Michael Tilotta (Houston, Texas, United States)
If its a replica it matches the original.

I also have the M65 parka shell. It appears (and smells new), including some loose threads at the ends of seams. I'm sure its a replica, as the army has moved on to a new type of parka. I wore one when stationed in Korea in the mid and late 80s. By itself its not warm, but is a fantastic wind breaker. The hood is also like original including the wire and that obnoxious fur ruff. I actually got all this to pinwheel patterns to practice making myself custom cold weather gear. In Korea I bought extra liners at the PX and restitched all the liner buttons with dental floss so I could could button in 3 liners. Two full and one with no sleeves.

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Timothy Toroian (Altoona, Pennsylvania, United States)
Finally

I have a 1951 fishtail and was using a Norwegian wool liner that was too heavy and had been looking for fishtail liner for YEARS.

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James Treas (Norman, Oklahoma, United States)

Product in good condition. Mail 2 days late not your issue thank you now fishtail parka shell

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Jonathan Sanchez (The Bronx, New York, United States)
Thanks a lot

Lining fit perfectly and it came the day before the snow storm so I was prepared, thanks a lot.

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