US Military Extreme Cold Weather Parka - Type N-3B - For Sale
US Military Extreme Cold Weather Parka Type N-3B
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Description / US Military Extreme Cold Weather Parka Type N-3B
The US Military Extreme Cold Weather Parka Type N-3B is an authentic US Air Force flight parka. These parkas were first deployed in the 1950s for issuance to soldiers, flight crew, and support teams working in extreme cold environments. With a rating of -60 degrees, these parkas kept these front line war fighters warm while on flights or servicing air planes in some of the harshest conditions in the world.
This parka has reached a wide level of distribution throughout the world mainly due to the commercial copies that have been produced. These commercial copies of the N-3B parka have been incredibly popular in the indie music scene, sports industry, and other entertainment arenas. We can see why this would be as these parkas have a very unique look that is not overtly military yet will cause those around you to take notice when you are wearing it. Where our parkas excel over the commercial versions is they are all original having been constructed to the full military specification.
- Authentic US Military Extreme Cold Weather Parka Type N-3B
- Water Resistant Exterior
- Four Front Pockets
- One Sleeve Pocket
- Zippered Front with Loop Button Storm Flap
- Drawstring Waistband for Extra Comfort
- Outer Shell: 100% Cotton
- Fur Lining: 60% Modacrylic / 40% Wool
- Knit: 100% Acrylic
|Brand||US Army Surplus|
What got me off the fence was a 20% discount promo, and I'm glad I jumped.
The parka I got was, except for a name written on the description tag inside, literally new, the fellow must have been hastily transferred from Alaska to Guam or such because this thing has seen no use aside from warming a hanger, so I could not be happier.
I have dealt with Keep Shooting regularly for the past 4 or 5 years and have always been impressed with their selection of goods, prices, and customer service. When there have been problems, they have straightened things out quickly, of course in this case, it was 100% green lights. Thanks for the great parka!