GRADE 2 GERMAN BUNDESWEHR FLECKTARN PARKA
GRADE 2 GERMAN BUNDESWEHR FLECKTARN PARKA
GRADE 2 GERMAN BUNDESWEHR FLECKTARN PARKA
GRADE 2 GERMAN BUNDESWEHR FLECKTARN PARKA
GRADE 2 GERMAN BUNDESWEHR FLECKTARN PARKA
GRADE 2 GERMAN BUNDESWEHR FLECKTARN PARKA
GRADE 2 GERMAN BUNDESWEHR FLECKTARN PARKA

Condition & Date Guide

Issued to the Bundeswehr (the unified armed forces of Germany), this parka sports Flecktarn, a camouflage developed from a long line of ancestors dating back to just before WWII.

Many agree Flecktarn is one of the best camouflages to wear both in and out of the field (unless you live in Germany).

Fleck parkas are about more than just looks — they feature water resistant fabric, plenty of pocket space, and a cut built for retaining agility while keeping yourself covered. There are even zippers at the armpits for cooling off the body or warming your hands. The Germans have well-mastered parka engineering.

If there was a degree in Flecktarn, we’d hang ours on the wall. Warehouse Ivan spent hours sorting, studying, analyzing, and researching the fleck-info-barren internet. He has found the way — the true method to sort Flecktarn surplus — and the most comprehensive understanding he is aware of (fun infographic in process).

Specs

  • Thick poly/cotton water-resistant fabric
  • High waist zipper closure with snap-secured storm flap enables the wearer to bend and crouch without restriction
  • Cinch cord fasteners at waist, thighs, and in hood
  • Two snap-secured front breast pockets
  • Two zippered front hand pockets
  • Velcro® secured inside pocket
  • Velcro® wrist cuff fasteners
  • Straps for shoulder marks, rank tabs, etc.
  • Zippered armpits for venting heat or warming hands
  • Shoulder pocket

Varying Specs for Pre-2005 Parkas

  • Parkas dated 1992 and before have brass snaps, while parkas dated 1993 and after have plastic snaps
  • Parkas dated 1994 and before have the shoulder pocket on the right arm, while parkas dated 1995 and after have it on the left
  • Depending on the manufacturer, the tone of the parka will vary. See picture #7 for a display of parkas of different tones compared to each other

Varying Specs for Pre and Post-2005 Parkas

  • Some parkas include a Velcro® fastener on the arm
  • Most parkas include a Velcro® fastener above the left front pocket for name tape

Condition

Grade 2 products may have blemishes of all kinds including repairs, patches, scuffs, small tears or pilling, paint or ink stains, and missing buttons. Grade 2 items do not have any damage that would compromise the field-readiness of the garment like broken main zippers, large tears, or other things of that nature.

We generally classify Grade 2 items between "Battle-Damaged" and our regular stock. In practical terms, this usually means minor cosmetic imperfections. Please note that all sales are final on both Grade 2 and Battle-Damaged items.

      GRADE 2 GERMAN BUNDESWEHR FLECKTARN PARKA

      Regular price
      $44.99
      Sale price
      $34.99
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      Condition & Date Guide

      Issued to the Bundeswehr (the unified armed forces of Germany), this parka sports Flecktarn, a camouflage developed from a long line of ancestors dating back to just before WWII.

      Many agree Flecktarn is one of the best camouflages to wear both in and out of the field (unless you live in Germany).

      Fleck parkas are about more than just looks — they feature water resistant fabric, plenty of pocket space, and a cut built for retaining agility while keeping yourself covered. There are even zippers at the armpits for cooling off the body or warming your hands. The Germans have well-mastered parka engineering.

      If there was a degree in Flecktarn, we’d hang ours on the wall. Warehouse Ivan spent hours sorting, studying, analyzing, and researching the fleck-info-barren internet. He has found the way — the true method to sort Flecktarn surplus — and the most comprehensive understanding he is aware of (fun infographic in process).

      Specs

      • Thick poly/cotton water-resistant fabric
      • High waist zipper closure with snap-secured storm flap enables the wearer to bend and crouch without restriction
      • Cinch cord fasteners at waist, thighs, and in hood
      • Two snap-secured front breast pockets
      • Two zippered front hand pockets
      • Velcro® secured inside pocket
      • Velcro® wrist cuff fasteners
      • Straps for shoulder marks, rank tabs, etc.
      • Zippered armpits for venting heat or warming hands
      • Shoulder pocket

      Varying Specs for Pre-2005 Parkas

      • Parkas dated 1992 and before have brass snaps, while parkas dated 1993 and after have plastic snaps
      • Parkas dated 1994 and before have the shoulder pocket on the right arm, while parkas dated 1995 and after have it on the left
      • Depending on the manufacturer, the tone of the parka will vary. See picture #7 for a display of parkas of different tones compared to each other

      Varying Specs for Pre and Post-2005 Parkas

      • Some parkas include a Velcro® fastener on the arm
      • Most parkas include a Velcro® fastener above the left front pocket for name tape

      Condition

      Grade 2 products may have blemishes of all kinds including repairs, patches, scuffs, small tears or pilling, paint or ink stains, and missing buttons. Grade 2 items do not have any damage that would compromise the field-readiness of the garment like broken main zippers, large tears, or other things of that nature.

      We generally classify Grade 2 items between "Battle-Damaged" and our regular stock. In practical terms, this usually means minor cosmetic imperfections. Please note that all sales are final on both Grade 2 and Battle-Damaged items.