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TSPTR x John Logren Deck Vest
MADE IN JAPAN
Based on an original 1960's Vietnam era US Navy Riverine private purchase Deck Vest, the TSPTR Leaf Camo Vest is ethically made in Japan by John Lofgren and Co using traditional tailoring methods and Union Special sewing machines.
S - 38, M - 40, L - 42, XL - 44
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Made from medium weight 100% cotton twill woven in Japan with a light wash to subdue the camo and a medium weight 100% wool lining. Details include
- US Navy shawl collar and scoop pockets
- Interior map pocket
- Leather reinforcement tabs on pockets
- Mil spec Urea buttons
- Period correct military Waldes zipper and storm flap
- Authentic pattern and construction
Exact reproduction of the US Marine Corps 'leaf' camouflage. US Army trials of 1953 produced two new camouflage patterns that were adopted for limited use by military personnel. Both patterns saw widespread distribution only as a reversible shelter half (1953) and reversible helmet cover (1959), with one pattern printed on each side. The USMC "vine leaf" pattern, consists of large overlapping dark green, lime green & ochre leaf shapes with brown twigs on a pale green background. The helmet cover and shelter were used during the Vietnam War while tailor made combat clothing in this pattern also appeared, made in Japan or South Vietnam from shelters or Asian made fabric copied from the US design.