UK WWII pattern Aertex Khaki Drill Bush Jacket

UK WWII pattern Aertex Khaki Drill Bush Jacket

Reproduction. This is the British, not Indian, pattern, with pointed upper pocket flaps and no bellows in the pocket.  Made in an open "cellular" weave called Aertex, it provides better ventilation than traditional weave fabrics. .. cont. below

 
Our PriceUS$ 48.00
Code201228000
Stock128
Weight0.55
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This bush jacket was standard issue to Other Ranks in North Africa from 1943, and was also worn extensively in Sicily, Italy, and the Mediterranean.  Paras in the Med theatre often wore this bush jacket with denim battledress trousers.
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