Finnish wartime model wool pullover, grey, heavily used
A classic Finnish Army pullover, this same model has seen use from the Winter war to at least the 90's. Speaking of Winter War, these sweaters were likely used in the production of a Finnish film with the same name in the 80's. Not exactly in pretty shape, these have seen their share of action.
This is a well designed pullover for field use, made of real wool. It features long sleeves with thumbholes at the end, and ventilation holes in the armpits. The colour is grey, and most have a blue stripe running across the chest area.
Wash in 30 degrees. Air dry only.
These are genuine Finnish Army surplus, and made before the 90's. The condition overall is rough, with holes and/or repaired ones. The thumbhole extensions are often not there and the sweaters might be stretched and formed to funny shapes.
The main picture shows a good condition shirt, in the extra pics you can see examples of these rough ones. With some patching you could probably make the sweater more or less pretty again. As is these work fine for the non-discerning outdoorsman and re-enactment use.
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