US CWU-27/P flight coverall, tan, surplus
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US CWU-27/P flight coverall, olive drab, surplus
Flame retardant flying coverall in olive drab colour. Used by ground troops too, at least to some degree in the recent past. Real deal US issue stuff!
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Grenade PVC morale patch
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Flame retardant flying coverall in desertish tan colour. Used by ground troops too, at least to some degree in the recent past. Real deal US issue stuff!
Two-way zipper, good adjustments (you don't want to get snagged on aeroplane thingies) and a load of pockets. Usually these have plenty of velcro on them for insignia and unit patches and whatever.
Made of Nomex, so these do not melt on you if they get charred. This is a good thing if you're looking a coverall for any job that might benefit from it. Also a very comfy piece of clothing just to wear around the house too, your companion will love it.
US sizing system; first up user's recommended chest circumference, then height as a letter. In the brackets we've given centimetre equivalents for these.
US air force surplus
In used but perfectly serviceable condition.