I have had a lot of vinteritary items from the olive American Army in the Kamakura period.
All of these items are very popular in the market, and have been on the rise in recent years.If you escape your current price, you will not be able to buy it at this price, so please try your size in the same size.
Inbound shipment: M-51 LINER, M-51 PANTS, M-65 PANTS,M-65 PARKA, M-65 LINER (both JACKET and PARKA), JUNGLE FATIGUE JACKET (4th), ECWCS LEVEL1, 2, 3.
The M-65 fish tail pars are on 15 pairs, all of which have damage and rippies, but they have a lot of size, so you can get a lot of weight.The silhouette, which is of loose type, matches the modern style very much.There are three sizes: XS, S, and M.There are many zippers, like Aluminum, the zipper of the dead stock, and so on.
M-51 and 65 pants also have a total of 20 shipments.This is the field of fieldpants, so it's a thick silhouette cargopants.The photo is the LARGE size of the M-51 pants.It's not over-pants compared to Arctic pants, so it's easy to wear in pockets, so it's very nice to look for a very big cargots.
A small amount of jungle futigs is a small amount, but it has seven receipts.Some things are short-stamed.The items that you would like to get out of the market aren't just deadstock, but also USED.The total number of inbound shipments is 4TH.
In addition, the Linai series and ECWCS have also been received.The photo is on a liner on the M-51 jacket.It is also available for use with outeruse.The size is LARGE.This is an item that I would like to try not only for Menz, but also for women.
Art Kamakura is a selectomy shop that deals with the Rocky Mountain, Anatomika, and Alden, but many of them are in vintage and in the United States and in the United States and the Euro.
If you are looking for an old garment that has been selected in Kanagawa Prefecture, you can find it in the Kamakura period.The restaurant is located about a 10-minute walk from Kamakura Station.
A landmark is the popular cultural exchange hall of the neighboring Kamakura Historical and Cultural Exchange.