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Romanian Service Shirt, Olive Drab, Surplus
Romanian Service Shirt, Olive Drab, Surplus.
Romanian Service Shirt, Olive Drab, Surplus.
Romanian Service Shirt, Olive Drab, Surplus.
Romanian Service Shirt, Olive Drab, Surplus.
Romanian Service Shirt, Olive Drab, Surplus.
Romanian Service Shirt, Olive Drab, Surplus.
Romanian Service Shirt, Olive Drab, Surplus.

Romanian Service Shirt, Olive Drab, Surplus

Price 15.99 USD excluding VAT

A simple banana republic-style shirt from the Romanian Dictator Era. With this on, you will feel like stamping the bejesus out of those official documents. So incredibly ugly that it is actually beautiful.

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Romanian Service Shirt, Olive Drab, Surplus.
Romanian Service Shirt, Olive Drab, Surplus.
Romanian Service Shirt, Olive Drab, Surplus.
Romanian Service Shirt, Olive Drab, Surplus.
Romanian Service Shirt, Olive Drab, Surplus.
Romanian Service Shirt, Olive Drab, Surplus.
Romanian Service Shirt, Olive Drab, Surplus.

A simple banana republic-style shirt from the Romanian Dictator Era. With this on, you will feel like stamping the bejesus out of those official documents. So incredibly ugly that it is actually beautiful.

Why is it that the most spectacular shades of green always come from the east? This is supposed to be olive green but only if the olives are grown in Chernobyl. These seem to be made of some sort of an unholy blend of cotton and Bakelite or some equally organic and breathable material. On warm summer days, these might form a very hot and intimate relationship with your skin.

Two outer breast pockets and for some strange reason, also one inside breast pocket, maybe for bribes. The quality grade of the stitching is “eastern bloc”, as it should be.

Sizing

In theory, the sizes are normal European dress shirt sizes, i.e. the circumference of the neck in centimeters. However, it is worth mentioning that these Dictator Era shirts want to instill this all choking feeling of terror in you, which modern people find somewhat unpleasant. So, if you want to wear this with the top button closed and breathe, add four centimeters (1.6”) to your neck size. Or just leave the top button unbuttoned. With a fairly stiff collar, it is in any case the most comfortable option no matter what the style gurus say.

Condition

Romanian military surplus that has been forgotten in a warehouse for a long time. These are technically unissued but because their quality is from the age before human rights, they can have some frayed seams, wrinkles, and other similar features without which this would just be like any shirt.

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05.12.2020
Due to my fair skin and orange hairs, before the pandemic the makeup counter lady told me I was an autumn and that green looks good on me.

Well these are a green, they fit well enough, and seem like they will be as durable as the eastern bloc was, so should last a few decades of hard times.

I am ordering more so you can not have them & would have given 5* but do not want everyone to try and get them.
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Varun P. 04.11.2020
Considering the Inside pocket, are we sure this is a "shirt" and not a badly made "jacket"?
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Marcello P. 23.11.2020
Italian army's old 80-90ies combat shirts all had inside pockets, I suppose it was common having them, some time ago :)
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