How to choose the size?
The product will be ready for shipping within 1 to 2 months after payment, after which all the goods you ordered will be sent to your address in one parcel. It is better to order ready-made goods from the warehouse separately, then we will send them immediately.
You can choose the size remotely. You will need a flexible meter or at least a rope. Measure similar (civilian) jacket that fits you. Size description:
• Jacket chest — underarms when the jacket is lying flat on the floor.
• Jacket waist — at the belt level when the jacket is lying flat on the floor (the waistbelt is worn with these jackets between the navel and the lower rib).
• Sleeve length — from the shoulder seam down in a straight line, maximum lenght.
• Back height — from the collar (excluding the collar) down in a straight line.
• Shoulder lenght — along the seam, between the collar and sleeve.
• Between shoulders — between the sleeves' seams: along the shoulder seams and behind the neck.
The jacket should sit by shoulder width and sleeve lenght. The jacket waist should be fitted around the figure by a tailor due to tucks on the back.
Measurements in centimeters
| Sleeve length||61,5||63||64,5||66||67,5||69|
| Back height||70,5||72||73,5||75||76,5||78|
Measurements in inches
| Sleeve length||24,2||24,8||25,4||26,0||26,6||27,2|
| Back height||27,8||28,3||28,9||29,5||30,1||30,7|
Compliance of measurements is true for this product only! Divide centimeters by 2,54 to get inches. If you do not understand this table and you need help, write or call us, we will help you find the size.
The copy of the German work tunic of the Second World War. Made from lightweight herringbone fabric, grey. It is part of a work uniform that could be worn in a field camp, in a barracks, while performing duties not directly related to military service (household chores, training).
Drillichanzug (German) - a German uniform made of cotton twill weave (herringbone), consisted of a jacket (German Drillichrock) and trousers (German Drillichhose).
The summer working uniform was originally white and was intended for work and training in the barracks in order to preserve the "combat" cloth uniform. From February 1940, white herringbone fabric was produced in reed green for the sake of camouflage. In subsequent years, variations of the working uniform appeared, they began to wear it with insignia on marches and occasionally in a combat situation.