U.S. ARMY high neck sweater introduced in 1942, used in World War II and the Korean War, and used through the 1970s. It was often worn under a field jacket or Mackinac coat, also known as a Jeep sweater, to give soldiers enough warmth against the cold.
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Top quality product at very reasonable price.
Fit, style & look was even better than I expected!
Would have no hesitation in ordering again, the products are as good as any of the more expensive brands out there.
The vintage styling combined with the build quality is outstanding, great job & big thank you to the team at older best!