M1941 Jacket (also known as M41 Jacket) is a field jacket used by US Army soldiers, most famously during the beginning of World War II. In 1941 it started to be phased in as a replacement for the wool four pocket service coat and remained the standard issue garment for soldiers and Marines throughout WWII, with a few seeing service in Korea.
These field jackets feature Olive Drab poplin shell, brown/tan lining, zipper and button front, and 2 slash pockets. Dry clean only.
Sizes 42, 44, 46, 48, and 50.