The Austrian Army Tracksuit Jacket is a modern army tracksuit from Austria. With a design that is comparable to high end commercial brands and a stylish look this jacket will be your favorite windbreaker. Get yours today and start running like an Austrian soldier!
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Austrian Army Tracksuit Jacket
The Austrian Army Tracksuit Jacket is a current issue physical exercise jacket that is issued to soldiers in the Austrian Army. These light weight windbreakers are designed much like high end brands you are already familiar with. Why buy a windbreaker that is the same brand as everyone elses? Get one of these Austrian Army windbreakers and get all of the performance with a style no one else will have.
Really nice and great-looking product. Perfect for a spring or fall day. High-quality yet. Thanks again for a super product!
Good looks and quality
Mine appears in good condition and looks like it was built well. Not military looking so it works good in urban settings. Wanted something for walks on chillier days and for the infrequent times I actually need a track suit. Ordered the matching (somewhat) pants as well.
Nice and I like it
Jaket is in perfect condition, except for the reflective piping which seems to have worn off to some degree. The fabric is wonderful and feels great, so much so that I also ordered the matching track pants. This jacket is great for just kicking around and also for what it was designed to be: a tracksuit for athletic events...
Full disclosure: I was also made in Austria, so I might be slightly biased...
Very well made and attractive
My jacket is in slightly used condition but had no pulls, tears or holes. I have worn it nearly everyday and have been complimented on its appearance. It is comfortable and warm. The only negative is that it has a European zipper, which is like a women's coat, backwards. I highly recommend
Very well made and nice looking
This is a very well made jacket, and is quite sharp looking too.
If you have problems with the zipper staying closed, check the slider. On my jacket the slider had spread open a bit and was not closing the teeth of the zipper together enough to lock. After carefully squeezing the opening of the slider back down with a pair of pliers, it now works perfectly.