falklands parka for sale

#1
issue falklands cold-weather parka, including duvet liner.

size 180/104 - about 6' and 40-44" chest.

slightly faded, no holes, rips or tears.

£35 ono (inc. p&p)
 

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#4
already sold it for 40 squid on ebay! yay...
 

_Chimurenga_

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#5
When did NATO standard sizing (e.g. 180/112) enter usage by the British Army?

The DPM windproof smock I have in my closet is a Size 7.
 
#6
No such thing as a falklands parka.
If you want one before the war then serial number CT4B Below 700 any number after that imo is post 1982.
Its parka mans cold weather.
Yes they do sell and are collectible with its correct liner which are worth more than the parka itself.
I bet that information would have been handy




A ******* decade ago.
 
#7
1968 Onwards.
Your size 7 is the old imperial sizing 1953-1968
Size 7 is for 5,10 to 6,2 chest 36-38
Nice to have a pre metric parka,you could say that it is a so called falklands type.
You are a dullard.

Please kill yourself quickly.
 

_Chimurenga_

LE
Gallery Guru
#10
1968 Onwards.
Your size 7 is the old imperial sizing 1953-1968
Size 7 is for 5,10 to 6,2 chest 36-38
Nice to have a pre metric parka,you could say that it is a so called falklands type.
I dug the thing out and it is actually a Size 8 and is marked "Smock Combat Windproof Arctic".

Not a parka.

And I'm pretty sure the last of the Denison Smocks, the 1972 pattern, were still using the Size 1, 2, 3, &c labels until the end.
 
#11
I dug the thing out and it is actually a Size 8 and is marked "Smock Combat Windproof Arctic".

Not a parka.

And I'm pretty sure the last of the Denison Smocks, the 1972 pattern, were still using the Size 1, 2, 3, &c labels until the end.
Fascinating.

Please do tell us more.

What type of buttons did it have?
 
#13
1968 Onwards.
Your size 7 is the old imperial sizing 1953-1968
Size 7 is for 5,10 to 6,2 chest 36-38
Nice to have a pre metric parka,you could say that it is a so called falklands type.
Are you a virgin and still live with your parents?
 

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