Rothco M-65 Field Jacket with Liner-Coyote Brown

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Regular Price $118.99 - $133.99
5 to 7 business days (weekdays)
6.10 LBS
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1 unit
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Product Overview

The M-65 Field Jacket from Rothco was made to military specifications and is designed to provide unparalleled warmth, durability, and comfort in any cold weather condition.

  • Water Repellent Cotton / Polyester Twill Exterior Aids In Protection From Wind, Rain, And Other Outdoor Elements

  • Quilted Button-In Liner Provides Added Warmth Which Can Be Removed For A Lightweight M-65 Jacket And Liner Can Be Worn Alone As A Jacket – The Perfect All Seasons Jacket

  • The Classic M-65 Jacket Is Designed To Government Specifications

  • Concealable Drawstring Hood Can Be Easily Stored Inside The Collar With The Brass Zipper Closure

  • Hook And Loop Neck Closure Keeps Your Neck Warm

  • Button-Down Shoulder Epaulettes

  • Four Single Snap Button Pleated Bellow Cargo Pockets – Two On The Chest And Two On The Waist

  • Bi-Swing Back Design Allows For More Freedom Of Movement In The Shoulders

  • Heavy Brass Zipper And Six Button Snap Storm Flap Cover

  • Hook And Loop Wrist Cuffs And Internal Hook Tab Allow For Attaching And Cinching With A Pair Of Gloves

  • Adjustable Drawstring Waist Cord For The Perfect Fit

  • Also Available In Camouflage Patterns listed separately

  • Carts over $100 Get FREE shipping!

History of the M-65 Field Jacket:

 The jacket was introduced into the US military service in 1965 to replace the M-1951 field jacket which was an improvement on the M-1943 field jacket of World War II design.[4]It has a built-in hood that can be rolled up and fits into a pouch on the back of the neck as opposed to the separate hood that attached to the M-1951. The M-65 also has velcro (HOOK AND LOOP) fasteners on the sleeve cuffs and collar.

The M-65 field jacket was widely used by United States Forces during the Vietnam War in which the jacket became useful for troops serving in the Central Highlands of South Vietnam, especially in cool weather conditions following monsoonal rains.[5] It was a standard issue to US troops in several other wars all around the globe as well.


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