Austrian Anzug 03 summer field blouse, surplus
The current issue field blouse of the Bundesheer. A modern, neutral coloured field jacket for a decent price. Used.
If you're looking for a good summer jacket that doesn't make you "pop", look no further. The current issue Austrian Anzug 03 field jacket is very simple: button closure, three zippered pockets and adjustable cuffs. Made of ripstop reinforced cotton or polycotton blend. Modern cut for ease of movement.
The front closure has hidden buttons, one of the best options for field use: durable and easily fixed if necessary.
First the easy size, then the user's recommended height and chest circumference. These run a tad large, so do not pick a larger size "just in case".
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 / Height||Short||Regular||Long||X-Long|
|X-Small||80-84 I-II||80-84 III-IV||80-84 V-VI||80-84 VII-VIII|
|Small||88-92 I-II||88-92 III-IV||88-92 V-VI||88-92 VII-VIII|
|Medium||96-100 I-II||96-100 III-IV||96-100 V-VI||96-100 VII-VIII|
|Large||104-108 I-II||104-108 III-IV||104-108 V-VI||104-108 VII-VIII|
|X-Large||112-116 I-II||112-116 III-IV||112-116 V-VI||112-116 VII-VIII|
|2X-Large||120-124 I-II||120-124 III-IV||120-124 V-VI||120-124 VII-VIII|
|3X-Large||128-132 I-II||128-132 III-IV||128-132 V-VI||128-132 VII-VIII|
Used Austrian surplus
In used but serviceable condition, and repaired when deemed necessary. Some of the zippers might have had some rough times though.
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does not recommend
Mikko K. 05.07.2016 (Edited 06.07.2016)
Napinreiät ovat alussa jäykät mutta väljentyvät käytössä. Silti tarvitaan kaksi kättä napittamiseen. Kaulan kohdalla saisi olla vielä yksi nappi.
Perttu T. 11.07.2016 (Edited 22.10.2017)
1. Velcrot pois hihoista ja rinnasta
2. Nappien korvaaminen vetoketjulla ja valitettavasti kolmella velcro pätkällä
3. Vedenpitävyys tuotteiden applikointi kankaaseen.
Geoff T. 27.03.2017
perttu s. 23.05.2017
Kaikkinensa tosi jämäkkä pukine hyvillä taskuilla ja tarvittaessa särmällä tai spurgumaisella olemuksella. Toimii
Eric C. 06.08.2017
Emil H. 01.09.2017
Jani R. 28.04.2018
David F. 09.05.2018
Joey K. 05.08.2018
N.N. 06.08.2018 (Edited 06.08.2018)
Adam R. 08.08.2018
Calvin C. 28.08.2018 (Edited 09.11.2018)
Sleeves are slightly baggy but not excessively so (the Anzug 75 and 03 heavy jackets are notorious for this)--it probably fits the balance between mobility and fashion fit, if that's your thing.
Some context: this jacket replaces the two service shirts (also sold on Varusteleka) as field and garrison wear. You can also do some layering with this thing in colder weather--I tried fitting a fleece underneath and it works fine!
Verneri S. 03.09.2018
Philipp B. 22.10.2018
But BOY was it worth it!
Its a darn practical, comfy, lightweight jacket. Three pockets, two chest ones and another one on the right upper arm (wichis the best invention since the invention of pockets), guarantee loads of storage capacity. These will keep your private documents save from burglars, women and your trusty Kameraden.
Only needed to sew on one of the zippers.
Ventilationholes at the armpits give you the ability to share the smell of an good workout with everybody that comes your way, while the adjustable sleevecuffs soak up the dripping sweat at your wrists.
I would reccomend getting some spare buttons, just in case.
Otherwise it is THE summerjacket to go for.
Military equipment is traditionally excellent stuff; it combines durability with very affordable prices. Army surplus finds its way to the civilian market in the following way: the armed forces of one country or other decides to get rid of big batches of perfectly serviceable gear due to cuts in military budgets, said gear becoming obsolete or redundant or some other similar reason. Some of this stuff then finds its way to our storehouse, sometimes directly, sometimes through a third party. Every once in a while we even get random batches of collectibles and rarities from obscure corners of the world.