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If your department or organization requires a traditional military look or if you just fell in love with this jacket while you were in the service. This old favorite was standard issue cold weather gear to U.S. troops starting in 1965 and was widely used during the Vietnam War and in several other combat operations around the globe. Our jackets are built to the MIL-C-43455J standard and include a matching button-in liner that can be worn separately as a stand alone jacket.;

  1. Pull out hood that packs into zippered compartment on collar
  2. Shoulder epaulets
  3. Heavy brass zipper with pull tab covered by storm flap with snap button closure
  4. Bi-swing back permits free range of movement
  5. Quilted liner buttoned into outer shell
  6. Two patch chest pockets with button flaps
  7. Two insert waist pockets with button flaps
  8. Two button cuff
  9. Drawstring waist


Small - 4XLarge Regular
Medium – XLarge Long


(12 Reviews)
  • Posted: February 28, 2019

    Reviewer: Joel Wenger

    Location: GA

    Extremely well-made! Love the jacket!
  • Posted: February 1, 2019

    Reviewer: Brandon K

    Location: CA

    Just meh. Fit and finish is poor, lots of loose strings. Fits large, but the originals did too, so that's probably good. Lots of little missteps, like the draw cord on the bottom having an eyelet on one side, but it just threads out the end on the other, nothing to keep them there but a loose knot (no end piece to prevent pulling through), the waist draw string is the same with a small knot and the string is clearly not the same robustness of the original. Hood is oversized, so it fits over a helmet, like the originals. I orderedblack and it has lots of soap marks from where the child laborer lined up for sewing...Oh, on that note, a military recreation and we are outsourcing this to the Peoples Republic of China? Common, at least get a latin country like most of your other stuff (I prefer the USA made stuff like the multicam BDUs, obviously, but lets not go to the absolute bottom for outsourcing the rest) Has an odor to it as well, hopefully will wash out. I bought it on sale, and I wasn't expecting much, so I'm not really disappointed too much, but temper your expectations with this one. It will be a good wook outside/tractor work kind of jacket.
  • Posted: December 25, 2018

    Reviewer: Geo

    Location: OH

    Issued to me as part of my regular winter uniform. Great coat, great looking, easy to maintain. Never a cold night with this thing on.
  • Posted: December 19, 2018

    Reviewer: Ben H

    Location: TX

    Great quality.
  • Posted: December 16, 2018

    Reviewer: Sherry Chase

    Location: TN

    Top quality coat. Bought it as a Christmas present for hubby. He loved it. The coat runs big, so be careful about the size.
  • Posted: August 18, 2018

    Reviewer: Adam Corkins

    Location: MI

    Just picked up one in ucp (acu) been looking for one for a while really nice jacket only took a star off because it does not have area for rank patch in mibble other then that very nice
  • Posted: July 15, 2018

    Reviewer: Robert Nolan

    Location: WA

    These are by far my favorite jackets! Now if we can just get them in A-Tacs IX!!!!
  • Posted: January 1, 2018

    Reviewer: Grover Allen

    Location: OK

    Never a complete size and color selection when on sale . B/S
  • Posted: August 21, 2017

    Reviewer: Michael Manley

    Location: AR

    The OD version is about as close to the early M-65 Field Jacket as you're likely to find in current production and under a hundred bucks. The NYCO sateen is authentic, as are the brass zippers. It even has the button on the storm flap and buttonholes on the collar for attaching the M-51 parka hood, which fits perfectly on this field coat for extreme cold weather adaptation. A good looking, highly functional reproduction of this Vietnam era field jacket. The size runs to the large side, and the cuff closure on the sleeves could be tighter. Good jacket, though. USGI surplus liners will button right into this jacket, too, if you want to add an extra layer of insulation.
  • Posted: February 2, 2017

    Reviewer: Steve Farling

    Location: IN

    I find it completely frustrating to not be able to buy this jacket in the Multicam Pattern!
  • Posted: November 28, 2016

    Reviewer: Gilead Mcgee

    Location: CA

    I love this jacket. As a 6 and a half foot tall 180 pound man, I find it hard to find jackets that are long enough that I dont have to swim in. A medium long fits me pretty perfectly. I just wish truspec make 2xl and 3xl longs. My brother is almost 7’ and 350ish. Wears a jacket 52 extra long. I can’t buy him one of these amazing truspec versions of the m65, and that makes me a sad panda
  • Posted: July 13, 2016

    Reviewer: Бойко Господинов

    Location: AL, Bulgaria

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