Wallace & Barnes waxed cotton M-65 jacket
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Wallace & Barnes waxed cotton M-65 jacket
Wallace & Barnes waxed cotton M-65 jacket
Wallace & Barnes waxed cotton M-65 jacket
Wallace & Barnes waxed cotton M-65 jacket
Product Details

The M-65: arguably the most famous field jacket in military history. It's called the M-65 after the year it was designed (well, it actually debuted in 1964, but it didn't get the name until 1965). We took some liberty with the original design by changing the color, slightly tweaking the specs and cutting this version in weather-resistant waxed cotton. So if you're looking for an (almost) authentic jacket with added warmth and a better fit, this is it.

  • Cotton.
  • Packable hood.
  • Zip closure.
  • Hand wash.
  • Import.
  • Online only.
Size & Fit Details

Wallace & Barnes waxed cotton M-65 jacket

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Jacket The previous reviewer wrote that the jacket runs large. I'm 6'3, 165 lbs and the large size fits perfectly. There's no way I could order down one size.. the sleeves would be too short. Also the reviewer says there is no attached hood, which is incorrect. The color is really nice, and the jacket feels really substantial. Perfect for late fall, early spring. October 24, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Runs large, but an attractive jacket Notes about fit: I'm 175, 5'11, with a measurement of 39 across the chest. A medium was enormous on me. Even with 3 layers (undershirt, shirt, sweater), there was lots and lots of room in the waist. The sleeves came down past my hands. The jacket itself is attractive. "Bison" brown is accurate and it was pleasantly darker than I expected - dark enough to go with slightly darker jeans. Keep in mind "packable hood" means "there's room to pack a hood". It does not come with a hood. All in all, a great purchase. Remember to size down. October 21, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by A THICKER FIELD MECHANIC JACKET I bought the field mechanic jacket and I loved it but I needed a thicker jacket for winter. This jacket is good enough for 20 degrees if you layer it and it fits exactly like the field mechanic jacket November 23, 2015
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