The U.S. Army Fatigue Shirt is the staple shirt issued to GI's from the Korean War up to the Cold War. They come in many different guises, apart from the fact that they are all the 'same'! Some have patches, some have name tags, some are first pattern, some later patterns. They are all great and work so well as a shirt or even a shirt-jacket in summer. The combination with a pair of jeans and a white or black Concrete Matter tee works great.
This one is from the 1980s and is a made of cotton poly mix. The cool extra feature is the 1st Infantry Division patch on the shoulder and the name tag.
- Great vintage condition shirt from ca. 1980s
- Fits like a S
- Measurements: pit to pit 49 cm / 19.2 inch backside 71 cm / 27.9 inch
- Model is 1,82
- Note short sleeves
Concrete Matter Curated Vintage Collection