U.S. Army DBDU Choc-Chip Jacket

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Genuine U.S. Army DBDU (Desert Battle Dress Uniform) hot weather jacket/coat. The DBDU camouflage was designed in 1976 and is known as the six-colour desert pattern, was given the nickname 'Choc-chip' as it resembles chocolate-chip cookie dough, as used in the Persian Gulf War in 1990-91. This Medium-Regular jacket is in very good issued condition with all buttons present. All the patches are period to the jacket, retains the original manufactures size and care labels, DLA (Defense Logistics Agency) contract number and dated 1990 made by American Apparel Inc.

Additional size information: Armpit to armpit: 23" (Up to 46" chest, oversized for loose fitting). Shoulder to shoulder: 18". Length from shoulder to bottom: 29". Armpit to cuff: 21".

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