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Reproduction Fieldgray M40 Feldbluse
These tunics started to be worn during the invasion of France, then Russia and even used to the end of the war by the Heer and Waffen SS. This fieldgray tunic is made of a pre to early war smooth wool and features a fieldgray collar instead of the bottle green collar. The pockets have a pleat and the pocket flaps are scalloped. The two chest pockets are slightly slanted like the originals. It had five pebbled metal buttons down the front and pleated patch pockets with three pointed flaps. The collar was closed by a hook and eye. The lining of the tunic is made of gray cotton material and includes a small pocket inside the lower right front for a field dressing. They have internal suspender slits in the front and back for running belt suspension under the jacket lining, which are held by small metal hooks, which fit through the eyelets of the belt suspension in the front. Shoulder boards ARE included, but will be either white for infantry or red for artillery. Tunic chest sizes are 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48.