Herringbone twill utility coat adopted by the US Marine Corps in 1944. Both chests have large-capacity pockets from the shoulder to the chest, and the left chest has a functional specification with a patch pocket with a flap added. The sleeves are made with a single piece, and the sleeve ends are adjusted with a single iron button, which is the minimum necessary detail. There is a gas flap on the back of the front to prevent gas from entering, and the button on the back of the collar is for attaching and detaching the gas protection hood.
- Material: 100% cotton
- Front flap buttoned Chest pocket
- Made in Japan