The Real McCoy's
CWU is an acronym for Cold Weather Unit and 9/P indicates that it was utilised as a liner. The layering system has been integrated in the U.S military since WW2, and was used until the release of the CWU 9/P, detailing the evolution of varying liners.
Vintage CWU 9/P liners featured multiple knitting patterns such as diamond or wave reminiscent shapes. Fabric was also distributed appropriately for each body part, so as to maximise efficiency during the cutting process. Because of the lack of visibility during combat of liners, there was no stringent military specification in place requiring matching the pattern of the jacket.
Made from 100% Nylon, they’ve been produced in many different variety’s over the years with this one coming equipped with two bottom hand pockets, one chest pocket, Talon Zip closure and ribbed cuffs and collar.
6-6 Outer Shell
Three front Pockets
50s Oval Shaped Talon Zipper
Sage Green Colour
Made in Japan
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The Real McCoy's is a brand like no other. To many the outdated features of vintage clothing have little significance in today's modern society, but this is exactly what influences the brand. American fashion of the 1940's and 1950's is a source of great inspiration; a young country unburdened by the restrictions of traditional customs, one that’s uninhibited, rational and innovative.