Finnish M91 camouflage uniform
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The M/91 uniform definitely isn't the among the worst we've seen, it just doesn't really know if it is a parade uniform or something meant for combat. It is a quality uniform nontheless.
- Roomy cut with hem and waist drawcords
- Zipper & snap closure on the front
- Four zippered pockets
- One sleeve pocket, velcro adjustment on the cuffs
- Rank insignia patches on the collar, place for a name tag on the chest, and unit & service branch insignia goes to the arm.
- Elastic band adjustment on the waist - if your trousers feel large, tighten this
- Zipper & button fly
- Two slash pockets, two cargo pockets
- Water resistant knee reinforcements
- Nominal elastics of the cuffs.
Made of 50/50 mix of polyester and cotton, works pretty well during every other season than the hottest summer and is pretty damn hard wearing. Wash in 60 degrees Celsius.
Sizes in the "easy system", instead of the standard Finnish army one. It's sensible for garments like this. In the brackets we've given the about comparable EU size. These are all "regular" height, fit best for about 170-180 cm tall people, and the larger sizes may be good for a tad taller even.
Made by Finnish army contractor
Made in Estonia by one of the official manufacturers used by the army. These are made to military specs.