2nd Pattern Denison Smock (Improved Run)

2nd Pattern Denison Smock (Improved Run)
2nd Pattern Denison Smock (Improved Run)
2nd Pattern Denison Smock (Improved Run)
A much improved new production of the British Airborne Denison Smock. NOW IN STOCK.
 
Our PriceUS$ 135.00
Code205827000
Stock252
Weight1.3
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Our new Denison smocks feature improved colors and sizing, a khaki wool collar lining, reproduction Newey snaps and Lightning zip. These are the best we have ever done. The second pattern smock, issued 1944-45 has open cuffs,with button tabs, a two piece back and snaps in back to hold up the tail.

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