Finnish M91 long johns
Product is out of stock and is unlikely restocked in the near future :-(
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Finnish M91 combat trousers
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Along with the turtleneck shirt, the army issue long johns have been a success. These are way better than cotton ones and more durable than Merino wool johns. Old stock from Inttistore Ltd.
Made of a mixture of modacrylic, polyester and cotton (17 / 50 / 33%). The modacrylic is is laid next to the skin, and transfers moisture outwards towards the top layer, which is polycotton. The fabric feels very comfy and is quite elastic. Wash in 60 degrees Celsius.
Sizes in the classic "T-shirt style" with our estimate for the comparable EU size in the brackets. The fit is pretty tight.
Our model is size 48 and wears S in the pictures.
Dead stock from Inttistore Ltd.
A company called Inttistore went under and we bought the whole stock, that's where these are from. These are cheaper across the board than they originally retailed for, and present excellent bang for the buck.
Made in Estonia by an official army contractor.