French rain jacket, CCE, surplus
Totally unissued modern rain jackets, these are French army surplus in bigger gentlemen's sizes. These present an excellent value for the money - the price of comparable stuff is measured in hundreds of bucks, not tens like these. The cut is properly royal and quality equally solid!
Just a shell, like a rain garment should be, these have no lining whatsoever and are cut large enough to fit over everything else. These have the essentials and a bit beyond; zipper and snap closure, a roomy stow-away hood, two hem pockets and two hidden chest pockets, adjustable hem, cuffs and hood. Armpit zippers for ventilation. These sleeves are Raglan style, so there's no potentially chafing seams. Reinforced elbows.
The fabric is proper waterproof & breathable type, and although we couldn't find Gore-Tex tags, it's essentially the same stuff. The seams are properly taped of course, as these are military grade kit. Wash in 60 degrees Celsius if you have to.
Sizes simply first in the French size, then by user's recommended height and chest circumference in centimetres. Please note these are cut pretty large and meant to fit over everything else.
Each jacket looked totally pristine. Our guess is that the French army had these specific sizes more than enough in stock and just let them go.
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