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The Dutch Tanker Coverall is a military issued coverall designed to be worn by crew in the Dutch Army Tank Corps. Consideration for the unique needs of the Tank Corps has resulted in one of the finest military issued coveralls we've ever had.
Select your size, we've included the NATO sizing for extra confirmation of your size.
|Manufacturer||Dutch Army Surplus|
I ordered the Medium (9000). I am 5'10", 204 lbs, 36 inch waist, 30 inch inseam. I normally wear XL shirts. I am frequently described as muscular - though I am not a body builder. I found this slightly tight, but not problematically so. If I get down to a 32" waist it will be fine. It WAS comfortable around the shoulders and a bit tight but ok re the arms.
It appears brand new, but I washed it in warm water and dried on the gentle cycle. It did not appear to shrink.
These are of EXCELLENT quality. I really was stunned by the unit I received. I have hunting coveralls that cost (from uncles who retired from hunting) 3 times this price and which pale in comparison. The material is thick and rugged, and the zippers are very solid. They are a steal at $21.
The camo pattern itself is also very good. Add some head gear and face paint and you really would disappear into the woods with these... Just sayin...
I will be buying a smaller one for my girlfriend, and probably one more for myself.
Quality is good, this is a heavy-weight material in good condition. No rips or tears, all the snaps worked and is what you would expect from a quality mil-surplus uniform. I bought the 80-90 and it fit perfect for someone with a 34" waist, 5"8 about 160lbs.
I ordered two different mediums, wasn't sure which would fit. I'm 5'9" 160, and couldn't tell the difference between the 80-90 and the 90-100. Both looked like new if not new. The elastic on the sleeve cuff of the 90-100 had aged and lost elasticity, whereas the elastic on the 80-90 worked like new, so I kept that pair. Great comfortable fit with lots of pockets, plenty of room for light or medium base layer, plenty of arm room, and not super baggy.