Austrian Anzug 03 field jacket, surplus

Austrian Anzug 03 field jacket, surplus

Price 18.99 USD excluding VAT
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Army surplus
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Austrian field jacket, the model of 2003 - these are almost vintage by now! Probably inspired by the US Army ECWCS Gore-Tex jacket, but made of tough cotton/polyester blend. The colour is olive drab of the typical Bundesheer shade.

  • A modern military shell jacket
  • Thick polycotton blend
  • Roomy cut!

This Austrian field jacket resembles the US ECWCS parka cut-wise, most notably it's a poly-cotton blend and has no hood. Zipper closure secured with buttons. The hem is fairly short for a field jacket, but it looks better in urban use. The collar offers good protection when raised and tightened, but can be worn loose and folded too.

The front has four pockets with zipper closure, the top ones are hidden behind folds of fabric. A flat pocket is found on the left sleeve and hidden inside pockets on both sides. Drawstring adjustments are found at the hem and waist, though they might have been removed by the previous user. The channels are still there so a piece of string can be used to fix it, in case you miss the feature.

Size info

First the easy size, then the user's recommended height and chest circumference. These run a tad large to fit clothes underneath, so do not oversize. If you intend to use this as a casual jacket, picking a notch slimmer size than the measurements say would do just fine.

Our model in the main picture has a 96 cm chest, but the jacket worn is Small Regular (171-179 / 84-92 cm) and fits much better.

Our model in the main picture has a 38" chest, but the jacket worn is Small Regular (5' 7" - 5' 11" / 33" - 36") and fits much better.

The Austrian size system is explained in detail on our Austrian jacket size chart page. If you are already familiar with Austrian sizing and want to know how we came up with the easy sizes, below is our logic as a chart. All possible sizes in the chart are not manufactured of course.

Width / HeightShortRegularLongX-Long
X-Small80-84 I-II80-84 III-IV80-84 V-VI80-84 VII-VIII
Small88-92 I-II88-92 III-IV88-92 V-VI88-92 VII-VIII
Medium96-100 I-II96-100 III-IV96-100 V-VI96-100 VII-VIII
Large104-108 I-II104-108 III-IV104-108 V-VI104-108 VII-VIII
X-Large112-116 I-II112-116 III-IV112-116 V-VI112-116 VII-VIII
2X-Large120-124 I-II120-124 III-IV120-124 V-VI120-124 VII-VIII
3X-Large128-132 I-II128-132 III-IV128-132 V-VI128-132 VII-VIII

Austrian surplus

In used but serviceable condition. Some tie strings or an occasional button might be missing at worst.

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I would recommend for a friend

08.01.2017 (Edited 08.01.2017)
Erittäin mukava rotsi hyvillä taskuilla, rintataskut on isot, helmataskuihin voi mahduttaa myös hyvän määrän tavaraa. Lähes vedenpitävä jos suihkuttelee tai käsittelee aineilla. Oma koko olisi ollut aivan liian leveä olisi mahtunut kaksi meikäläistä ja välivaatteet, joten otin kokoa vai kahta kapeamman ja silti mahtuu kerroksia alle. Hihat ei valitettavasti riitä 180-190 koossa mun apina käsille vaikka olen vain 175 pitkä, muuten täyttä timanttia.
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I would recommend for a friend

28.02.2017
Very good quality garment, as can be expected from Austrian military clothing. The 85% Cotton / 15% Poly jacket I have is very comfortable; the material is much more comfortable to the touch compared to other Cotton/Poly parka/jackets I own.

It's even more comfortable to the touch, than my 1993 German Flecktarn Parka which is also 85% Cotton/15% Poly.. but..

I feel I HAVE to describe the only downfall to this jacket; to put the reader in perspective; I am 177cm high and skinny chest of 92cm. I got the smallest jacket (160-170 / 88-92) because I wanted a slightly more fitted/short jacket. The sleeves are perfect. the height of the jacket is perfect, it reaches just above my bum. with the drawstrings across the waist/hips, it fits extremely well. But the armpits region is HUGE, really HUGE. There is so much slack, there is a weird amount of material that just hangs behind my arms. I have small arms too, which doesn't help.

I am also a pretty fortunate owner of an Austrian Dachstein Wool sweater. And I almost believe that this jacket is the PERFECT companion for that sweater; while wearing the sweater, the armpits don't slack anymore. So this Jacket has just turned out to be the shell for the heavy duty Dachstein sweater.

Great buy! I recommend for big arms, I don't recommend for skinny arms like me.
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I would recommend for a friend

13.03.2017
Muuten ollut täydellinen takki, mutta taskun vetokejtun vedin murtui täysin jossain vaiheessa. Mahtuu 10kpl 0.33 "limpparitölkkejä" ja 0.5l "mehupulloja" 3kpl, joten oikein kätevä vaikka maanantaina kouluun/töihin takiksi. Toki kyllähän tällä kaupastakin saa kätevästi pienoiset ostokset kannettua mukanaan. Olen käyttänyt takkia ympäri vuoden arkikäytössä. Noin -25'C pakkasessa alkaa hieman olla vilpoinen paikalla ollessaan. Suosittelen lämpimästi!
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I would recommend for a friend

18.03.2017
Detta är tydligen Bundesheeres tjänstejacka i vinterversion, men den har inget foder, vilket gör att den kan verka större än den är. Det vill säga att den är meningen att användas tillsammans t.ex. en tjockare tröja eller en Helly Hansen under som isolerande lager. Gör man det så är den inte så stor som storleksinformationen kan få en att tro. En fördel med detta är att det är lätt att anpassa efter kyla och väderlek, för när våren kommer så minskar man bara på isolerande mellanlager. För att justera ner storleken när våren kommer finns ett justeringsband i midjan.

Tyget i själva jackan är väldigt mjukt och skönt mot huden och håller vinden borta hyggligt väl, även om den inte är vindtät per se. Dock är tyget tillräckligt tätvävt för att det inte skall blåsa rakt igenom.
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I would recommend for a friend

11.07.2017
Kangas on TODELLA mukavantuntuista ja leikkaus takissa ainakin omaan makuun tosi cooli.
Ainut vaan, että kannattaa ottaa kokoa paria pienempi takki rinnanympärykseltään mihin olet tottunut, nämä ovat reiluja!
Näitähän saa vaikka värjättyä mustaksi jos vihreä ei nappaa, että älä nyt ainakaan värin takia jätä hankkimatta!
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23.07.2017 (Edited 28.07.2017)
*UPSDATE AT BOTTOM*
Mine had ripped drawcords, a busted pocket zipper, a busted pocket zipper pull tab ( these have latchlocked zippers so it means the zipper is unuseable) and the main zipper is fraying at the bottom.

That said, no holes OR tears and is very structurally sound. Not bad at all AND repairable, but not perfect.

Your mileage may vary.

27/07/2017 UPDATE

Bought a second jacket in a size down - the overall fit is much improved and this second jacket is 100% intact. No rips, repairs, missing buttons or broken zippers.
You could end up with either a lemon or a unicorn and anything in between, but even the busted ones are worth the money because you can afford to fix them up at this price point.
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I would recommend for a friend

07.12.2017
Kangas on paksuhkoa, eli passeli takki viileämmille keleille, kunnon vaatetta alle niin pärjännee pakkasellakin. Värjäys oli mielessä kun tätä tilasin mutta oma yksilöni on 65poly/35puuvillaa jotein ei tuohon varmaan paljoakaan tartu, lisäksi tässä väri on ihan oliivin vihreä kun minun monitorissa mallikuvan takit näyttävät harmaalta.

Käytän tätä ihan arkitakkina, täällä idässä aika moni kulkee metsävaatteissa, taskut on toimivat ja leikkaus tyylikäs, alle mahtuu lämmintä vaikka otin omaa kokoani pienemmän.
Velcrot raksin pois sekä katkaisin niskassa roikkuva nauhat, saamani yksilö on myös tosi kulunut, tähän hintaan en parempaa kyllä odottanutkaan.
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I would recommend for a friend

01.02.2018
A great jacket for the price, its unlined but that doesnt limit its use . I cycle to work and was after a jacket that was breathable in freezing temperatures . The sizes are generous, the high collar really protects your face. I use my jacket daily cycling to work in the Finnish winter its great on the bike , roomy in the arms and shoulders, drawstrings and pockets galore, used this jacket in -20c with just a fleece and t shirt and was nice and snug !
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20.03.2018 (Edited 20.03.2018)
Perushyvä takki kylmille keleille. Takin leikkaus on todella väljä joten alle mahtuu hyvin lämmintä vaatetta ja käsiä voi heilutella ilman liikeratojen rajoitteita. Takin kangas itsessäänkin on melko paksua mutta mukavan tuntuista. Loistava kuorikerros talvella. Miinusta tulee kuitenkin kunnosta - BH:n laadunvalvonta ei vastaa esim. Bundeswehrin seulaa. Omassa oli hihataskussa kahden sormen mentävä aukko ja helman nyöri oli tiessään, tehden takista aika hemulimaisen ilmestyksen. Pihahommissa ja retkeillessä se ei haittaa, mutta ihmisten ilmoilla tämä syö takin esteettisyyttä turhan paljon. Ehjänä olisi ollut ehdottomasti viiden tähden arvoinen, mutta toisaalta onhan tämä tämmöisenäkin hintansa väärti.
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I would recommend for a friend

04.04.2018
Great jacket. The material is tightly woven and smooth. No buttons or strings missing. In excellent condition, the date on mine is 2008. The string at the bottom of the jacket is elastic which is nice! For 15€ cant complain. Good pockets too. Kinda missing a hood but the collar is really hi so ill manage. Great buy!
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09.04.2018 (Edited 09.04.2018)
Huomasin tuotteen vasta kun viimeisiä jo vietiin, tilasin omaa normi kokoani pykälää pienemmän liikkeeseen noudettavaksi (m-regular) ja sovittaessani hämmästyin huomatessani että takki oli aivan uusi. Muut ovatkin jo tuoneet julki melko kattavasti ominaisuuksia, taskut ovat mielestäni todella hyvät, hihataskuun menee älyluuri passelisti ja muidenkin mitoitus on kohdallaan.

Takin sulku ja kiristys ei myöskään ole "tarra-helvetti" mistä lisäpisteet, hihansuissa on kolme nappia ja tuulilista ynnä povarit myös napeilla.

Hihat ovat todella reilut joten "temppuilu" onnistuu kinnaamatta ja mitoitus mahdollistaa säältä tai ikävemmiltäkin asioilta suojautumisen tekemättä takista ihan paitasillaan ollessa mitään säkkiä.

Koska jostain pitää aina valittaa, hinnasta nyt ei oikein voi, niin irroitettava huppu olisi kruunannut tämän.
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10.04.2018 (Edited 10.04.2018)
Fit is great! The material is nice and soft, obviously well made. (It's Austrian) It feels more like a high end coat than something for the military. I love the pocket arrangement and the inside pocket. I REALLY wanted one of these and took a gamble at a medium long. At 185 CM (6"1) and 80 kilos (170 pounds) Skinny guy with long arms, This fit nicely. Sleeve length was no problem as with any American medium or even large sized clothing. For me, this size, i would not put a base layer and wool sweater on under it, but as a nice light jacket to throw on it fit's extremely well, and will see plenty more service. (I don't think mine saw any yet). I looked it over well for a flaw or something I could not like so much, but it's not there. If they restock these I will get one in a wider size too as a proper field coat with heavy fleece or wool clothes under it. Best field coat ever for the money, possibly. There are some awesome deals in wearable clothes available here and this is one. The one pictured looks quite brown, mine is greyish-green , which to me is better looking.
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02.05.2018
I would recommend for a friend

08.05.2018
Decent jacket. Soft yet sturdy and a good one to have on cold spring/summer nights. My only gripe with it is as follows. Mine came with two chevrons on each sleeve in some white lace crap that added a sort of overly feminine look. Second was that the fit though I am a large was way too loose. I'm gonna reorder the medium. And third the zipper pull was on the left handed side not the right like I am use to. besides that it was in excellent shape. Would recommend.
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25.07.2018 (Edited 25.07.2018)
Having stocked my closet with the Belgian M90 field Jacket, the British 85/90 smock, the British CS 95 Desert Parka, and other egregious and eye-catching clothing, I was somewhat askance at a jacket that was only one colour. However, the price was right, and the the reviews looked positive.



I love it. It's light, comfortable; baggy without being too baggy; it's got properly sized pockets that can fit all my items, plus some shoulder velcro so I can rep the Polish Space Marines and 'Leka with my shiny patches. No missing buttons, no holes, no fraying, no repairs that I can see. Came with the nametag of the previous owner. I want to extend my thanks to Herr Schermer for taking such good care of my jacket.



I am 190 cm tall, and have a 96 cm chest. Having read the reviews, I got the jacket in a Short Regular, as I was looking for something in a short, waist-length jacket. It fits almost excellently. The sleeves are just slightly short, but if that's the only thing I can complain about, it's amazingly good.
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30.10.2018
Almost every aspect of this jacket is great, nice design, seven pockets with excellent capacity, great feeling, adjustable Cords, etc. I could write 10 more lines about its features. For the price is a crime not getting one.
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07.11.2018 (Edited 10.11.2018)
Good jacket with some flaws. The feel and make of the fabric feels similar to the Bundesheer's older KAZ75 heavy field jacket, which makes it great layered up in cold dry weather.


I docked off a star because the smallest set of cuff buttons was missing from both sleeves (should be a straightforward fix DIY or a tailor) and even at the smallest size (X-Small 80-84) the sleeves run big as per Marc-Andre's review. The last photo on the product page is a pretty accurate representation of the sleeve size. This means that the Anzug 03 field jacket is going to be better for outdoors transitional season and winter activities over streetwear.


Thus it's not ideal for urban "fashion" use unless you wear a thick fleece or sweater (or both!) underneath, or find a skilled tailor who will slim the sleeves (difficult because the shoulders are part of the arms). Order a size down and you'll be good, even for layering. There really isn't a reason to not to notch down unless you like your jacket to be excessively baggy. Once Varusteleka restocks the thick Swiss sweater in my size, I'll try it out to see if the sleeves still slack.


Wear is as usual of military surplus; the opposite tape of the main zipper has seen clear use, and there's pilling on the left shoulder (perhaps from the previous user's rifle sling) and inside of the collar.


UPDATE: try this layering combo to deal with the baggy sleeves: t-shirt, midlayer shirt, fleece jacket, Anzug 03 light field jacket, and then top off with this field jacket. You'll look a little puffy, but not baggy. You could also try wearing a loft jacket in place of a fleece.
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18.11.2018
I would recommend for a friend

10.12.2018
Great jacket, have worn it with layers in about -7C and it was sufficiently warm with drawstrings tightened. Looks pretty sexy too. Mine came with very minor stains on the front, barely noticeable. made of hydrophobic material too, but of course lacks hood so if it rains consider that. Great deep pockets and a very smooth zipper.
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24.06.2019
I just came back from the Rocky Mountains and, while it is summer, the temp was around 2-3 c and plenty of freaking wind at around 3400m. I wore this jacket (anzug) with an Austrian Dachstein army sweater, Finnish Army wool pants and a fleece cap and I felt like I was in Aruba. Granted, no hood but, the draw string collar kept the wind from sneaking down my neck and the double draw strings kept the wind from going up the crack to the back. I will be getting another one when they in stock again ( I hope).
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