BATTLE-DAMAGED AUSTRIAN MOUNTAIN ISSUE ANZUG 03 JACKET
BATTLE-DAMAGED AUSTRIAN MOUNTAIN ISSUE ANZUG 03 JACKET
BATTLE-DAMAGED AUSTRIAN MOUNTAIN ISSUE ANZUG 03 JACKET
BATTLE-DAMAGED AUSTRIAN MOUNTAIN ISSUE ANZUG 03 JACKET
BATTLE-DAMAGED AUSTRIAN MOUNTAIN ISSUE ANZUG 03 JACKET
BATTLE-DAMAGED AUSTRIAN MOUNTAIN ISSUE ANZUG 03 JACKET
BATTLE-DAMAGED AUSTRIAN MOUNTAIN ISSUE ANZUG 03 JACKET

The Anzug 03 jacket sits halfway between a heavyweight BDU field shirt and a parka. Designed to accompany the Austrian Anzug 03 pants, the mountain jacket is cut to allow complete freedom of movement and made with a lighter-than-standard cotton/poly blend. The result is a slim jacket, which layers well and is comfortable under the weight of a heavy pack.


We only have a handful in stock but love them enough that we're looking for more.

Specs

  • 65/35% poly-cotton
  • Two large-zippered Napoleon-style pockets
  • Zippered and button-secured storm flap
  • Zippered arm pocket
  • Hook and loop fasteners on both sleeves
  • Hook and loop nametape fasteners
  • Rank tab
  • Drawcord in collar
  • Waist and Hip drawcord
  • Button secured inside pocket
  • Zippered hand pockets.
  • Fluent in German.

Condition

Items are sorted as “Battle-Damaged” when they require repairs to be fully serviceable. Because military garments are strong by design, most of our Battle-Damaged surplus consists of broken zippers, buttons, and other replaceable components. Other items may end up as Battle-Damaged due to significant staining, tears, or other evidence of wear.

Please note that all sales are final on both Battle-Damaged and Grade 2 items. Additionally, we do not offer any hand selection or sizing on Battle-Damaged surplus.

BATTLE-DAMAGED AUSTRIAN MOUNTAIN ISSUE ANZUG 03 JACKET

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The Anzug 03 jacket sits halfway between a heavyweight BDU field shirt and a parka. Designed to accompany the Austrian Anzug 03 pants, the mountain jacket is cut to allow complete freedom of movement and made with a lighter-than-standard cotton/poly blend. The result is a slim jacket, which layers well and is comfortable under the weight of a heavy pack.


We only have a handful in stock but love them enough that we're looking for more.

Specs

  • 65/35% poly-cotton
  • Two large-zippered Napoleon-style pockets
  • Zippered and button-secured storm flap
  • Zippered arm pocket
  • Hook and loop fasteners on both sleeves
  • Hook and loop nametape fasteners
  • Rank tab
  • Drawcord in collar
  • Waist and Hip drawcord
  • Button secured inside pocket
  • Zippered hand pockets.
  • Fluent in German.

Condition

Items are sorted as “Battle-Damaged” when they require repairs to be fully serviceable. Because military garments are strong by design, most of our Battle-Damaged surplus consists of broken zippers, buttons, and other replaceable components. Other items may end up as Battle-Damaged due to significant staining, tears, or other evidence of wear.

Please note that all sales are final on both Battle-Damaged and Grade 2 items. Additionally, we do not offer any hand selection or sizing on Battle-Damaged surplus.

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Best $9 I've ever spent on a jacket

Purchased in battle damage, was kinda weary that I couldn't pick my size. Put it on and it fit like a glove. Couldn't immediately tell why it was battle damage because there was no holes, cigarette scorches, or tearing. Pockets were all in perfect shape. It wasn't until I went to button it that I realized 2/7 buttons were missing. Easy fix. Even came with the previous owner's old medical permit(?). Check Ivan's twitter for that one.

Overall, best not-a-softshell I've ever owned. Spin the wheel and buy one at your own risk, you might just be delightfully surprised.

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