Real 1977 ERDL Brown Leaf RDF Jungle Fatigue, used with modifications

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Made in 1977, this is the RDF fatigues that were used after the Vietnam War until the Woodland camouflage was developed. The material used and the orientation of the pockets are different from those used in the wartime fatigues. This one is made of 50% nylon and 50% cotton, while the one used during the war was made of 100% cotton. The fabric is what is called "brown leaf" and is mainly brown. The front button is missing at the bottom. At the same time, several test samples were manufactured for the development of the next camouflage, and various trials and errors were being made as the Cold War approached its final stages. This camouflage jacket was used at that time. The lower pocket has been transplanted to the upper pocket and changed to a specification like a soldier of MACV SOG. Overall, there are some fading and stains. It is a used item and cannot be returned. Please understand.


Size (flat): Shoulder width 51cm Body width 62cm Length 80cm Sleeve length 61cm

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