Second Hand Mister Freedom N-1H Navy Jungle Cloth Blanket Lined Jacket Size 42
This is a Second Hand jacket made by Mister Freedom. The model is inspired by the first style of N-1 that was issued to the US Navy in 1943. Mister Freedom have added an H to the name for the Hook Closure. The jacket has been made by Sugar Cane in Japan.
The classic N-1 deck jacket was first issued in 1943 as the new protective jacket to be worn by the US Navy, designed to withstand the cold and harsh weather at sea. The jacket is made of a thick cotton grosgrain weave, also known as "Jungle cloth", and this fabric is known for it's durability and for keeping the wearer warm and dry in cold weather.
In 1945 the more commonly known Khaki version was released and thus replacing the hook closure Navy version.
This jacket has been worn and generall fading can be found throughout the garment. No distinct faults can be found. The size is marked as 42 and the fit is like a roomy Large or smaller XL. Perfect if you want to wear a heavier shirt underneath the jacket. The overall condition is good and this jacket has a lot of life left in it.
- Second Hand Mister Freedom N-1H Navy Jungle Cloth - Size 42 - Outer layer 100% cotton jungle cloth (Cotton Grosgrain) - Blanket Lined - Liner 60% Wool, 28% Cotton & 12% Rayon - Knitted storm cuffs made of wool - Wind proofed - Hookless zipper - Hook Cloosure - Made in Japan
All measurements are in centimeters and measured on a flat surface. Width is measured straight across the chest from armpit to armpit, length is measured at the back of the garment from the neck down and the sleeve length is measured on the underarm from the armpit to the end of the sleeve. For this jacket, we measured only the sleeve. the cuff it is an additional 8cm.