The Czech M60 Rain Drop Camouflage Trench Coat is one of the more unique jackets from the days of Czechoslovakia. With the use of Czech rain drop camouflage, a pattern that Czechoslovakia is not really known for, you can create a vintage look with these long length jackets that really stands out. When these were produced, the type of materials and manufacturing methods were Warsaw Pact standard, so it immediately evokes the look and feel of the Soviet era.
There are a lot of interesting things to notice with these trench coats. First they are designed to use a button in liner, but it would appear that the soldiers in the Czech army quickly discarded the liner while in the field. This is likely because the size of these parkas is very large, allowing them to be the outer most layer of clothing that would be worn by soldiers in Czechoslovakia.
|Manufacturer||Czech Army Surplus|
I ordered two of these, one was a bit more green in shade, and brand new, the other lightly used, and more tree trunk colored. The materiel is sturdy cotton. I will water proof them both and use them as truck jackets and for hunting.