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Myar Usj9C Navy Working Uniform Grey Jacket

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MYAR - NAVY WORKING UNIFORM JACKET - 90'S

Original American army jacket, unstitched in the upper part (shoulder and sleeve) and applied a teddy fleece in tone with the camouflage (certified by Re Live Text). The button closure has been replaced by a zip closure which incorporates the characteristics of the garments designed for the outdoors. Thermo-glued MYAR logo on the pocket on the left side of the chest and obtained from the fabric of the tailoring. Added to the jacket bottom and sleeves bottom a royal blue lycra border.

PAST
The uniforms of the United States Navy include dress uniforms, daily service uniforms, working uniforms, and uniforms for special situations, which have varied throughout the history of the navy. The Navy Working Uniform (NWU) is a series of military uniforms that are currently used by the United States Navy (and some elements of the U.S. Coast Guard) for wear by its members. The NWU is a "working" uniform, which means that is made to a more durable and utilitarian standard, thus being worn in lieu of more formal and delicate uniforms that might get unduly damaged or dirtied in the process of normal military duties. The Navy Working Uniform (NWU) is a utility uniform with multiple pockets on the shirt and trousers. Three versions of the uniform exist, each with a multi-color digital camouflage print pattern similar to those introduced by other services. Type I is predominantly blue with some gray for the majority of sailors. The colors of the NWU Type I, according to the U.S. Navy, were intended to reflect the navy's heritage and connection to seaborne operations, while hiding wear and stains, something unavoidable with the utilities and working khakis used previously. The colors were chosen to match the most commonly used paint colors aboard ship, extending the lifetime of the uniform on long deployments where uniforms often come into contact with freshly painted surfaces. The first NWU variant, known as the NWU Type I, was designed in late 2004 and began being used by the U.S. Navy in limited quantities beginning in late 2008. By late 2010, it had completely replaced most other "working" uniforms.

MAIN MATERIAL: 50% NYLON 50% COTTON / CONTRAST: GREEN PILE: 57% PL - 43% CO, LICRA: 63% PA 27% EA, SLEEVE PADDING: 60 AC 40% VI SIZE 1= S/M SIZE2= L/XL

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