Here is this vintage Army Specialist dress jacket. It is marked 36L on the tag.
This jacket appears to be in NEARLY MINT vintage condition (Please refer to our VINTAGE APPAREL CONDITION CHART at the bottom of the description). The coat is still holding it’s form well. There is a small water stain on the inner sateen lining. There are no holes, stains, snags, tears, or other blemishes noted. There is no musty odor. It should be dry-cleaned.
The tailor measurements for the jacket are as follows:
1/2 CHEST: 16 1/2″
1/2 WAIST: 16″
1/2 ARM HOLE: 11″
SLEEVE LENGTH: 27″
SLEEVE WIDTH: 5 1/2″
1/2 BACK: 9 1/2″
BOTTOM HEM WIDTH: 18″
BACK JACKET LENGTH: 32″
PLEASE NOTE: All of our vintage and antique clothing has been previously owned, and has been subject to a certain amount of wear and tear over the years (some more than others).
We have done our very best to describe with words and pictures the present condition of each and every item.
PLEASE LOOK AT ALL THE PICTURES CAREFULLY!
Also, please refer to our VINTAGE APPAREL CONDITION CHART to better understand how we categorize the present state of our clothing:
VINTAGE APPAREL CONDITION CHART:
MINT: Looks never worn or used. As new, with no flaws.
NEARLY MINT: Possibly worn, with little to no signs of wear and no flaws.
EXCELLENT: Previously worn or used with only minor flaws not noticeable for wear.
GOOD: Minor flaws as noted. Wearable, but minor repairs may be required.
GOOD-AGED: Overall good condition with minor flaws as noted. May be a little faded, worn spots as noted, or just looks “tired.”
FAIR: Numerous noted flaws, possibly wearable with care, cleaning, or repairs.
POOR: Damaged beyond repair; for use as a study piece or for salvage parts.
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