This is a genuine US military issue field jacket liner in OD green, designed for use with all M-65 field jackets. This liner is made of 100% nylon with 100% polyester batting quilted fill to provide extra warmth in colder climates. This liner button holes down both sides of the front, on the back of the neck, and on the sleeves that match up with the field jacket allowing the liner and the jacket to function as one piece when buttoned together. This liner does NOT have any actual buttons down either side of the front, so the liner cannot be buttoned to itself, but only into the field jacket.
Use the sizing information here to determine which size liner is right for you. If you have an M-65 Field Jacket, the liner size should be the same as the jacket size. Note that these measurements correspond to your body, not to the measurements of the liner itself.
|Size||Chest Size (Men's)||Chest Size (Women's)||Height|
|Small||33" - 37"||36" - 40"||Over 63"|
|Medium||37" - 41"||40" - 44"||Over 63"|
|Large||41" - 45"||40" - 48"||Over 63"|
|X-Large||Over 45"||Over 48"||Over 63"|
These field jacket liners were obtained from the US military in bulk. Choose from brand new condition liners with tags, very good condition liners that show some minor signs of use, but are still fully functional, or acceptable liners that show more signs of wear and may have a small hole or two.
Great company! 2 jackets were damaged and they were right on it! Adam reached out right away to solve the problems. Very impressed. Will definitely reorder from them.
The price was right but the description of it being in "good condition" was incorrect. "Fair" would have been a more accurate description for the condition of the one I received as it was technically barely serviceable by military standards without repairs. It had several spots where the liner was picked and I needed to sew them in order to assure they did not tear and become larger holes.
Fast shipping, great price, exactly what I needed
lot of repairs about what I expected
This liner definitely has seen some action. There were several loose threads to tie off and trim, a couple of small holes to sew up, and one buttonhole that needed to be sewn around to dress the edge — Small repairs for an otherwise perfectly serviceable jacket liner. The price was quite reasonable for the level of cold protection this adds to the field jacket.