In this group, you’ll find all our coveralls. Most of them are military surplus coveralls but there might sometimes be new military coveralls as well or even civilian coveralls or overalls that don’t have sleeves, who knows. They are perfect for renovation, painting, working on your car, or wild Nordic student parties (just google “teekkarivappu”). In military use, the most common are probably army mechanic coveralls, tank coveralls, and military flight suits, such as air force and naval flight suits. However, sometimes we also get less common stuff, such as rubber coveralls that are great for messy stuff and more exciting fun and games. Read the full story

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In this group, you’ll find all our coveralls. Most of them are military surplus coveralls but there might sometimes be new military coveralls as well or even civilian coveralls or overalls that don’t have sleeves, who knows. They are perfect for renovation, painting, working on your car, or wild Nordic student parties (just google “teekkarivappu”). In military use, the most common are probably army mechanic coveralls, tank coveralls, and military flight suits, such as air force and naval flight suits. However, sometimes we also get less common stuff, such as rubber coveralls that are great for messy stuff and more exciting fun and games.

Army surplus coveralls are made for tough use but they are still very affordable, so they offer you a cheap gateway to the magical world of these work garments. Army coveralls are quite often green but sometimes we get other colors, too. What we get, how much, and when varies a lot. Sometimes we might have US army coveralls, sometimes some obscure military overalls from Brutopia and so on. So pretty random stuff in random sizes, so act fast when you see something you like.

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