Army ACU GEN III Soft Shell Jacket (Medium) ECWCS

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  • Item Category: Militaria & Weapons
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Oct 07,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

You are bidding on a 100% authentic US Army issue GEN III (Generation 3) ECWCS (Extended Cold Weather Clothing System) Soft Shell Cold Weather Jacket / Parka! Size Medium Regular! Only gently used. Worn maybe a handful of times. Color is ACU pattern. Authorized for use with current Army ACU uniform. This is part of the Army's new seven level cold weather system. Some units don't even have these yet! Check out my other auctions for the rest of the kit! I just got out of the Army so I don't need this anymore. Combine and save on shipping!

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INTRODUCING GEN III ECWCS - THE NEXT GENERATION EXTENDED COLD WEATHER CLOTHING SYSTEM FOR THE WARFIGHTER

Soft Shell Cold Weather Jacket

two-way center-front zipper opening with a protective wind flap elastic cord in the bottom hem for adjustability constructed with a high collar containing a collapsible hood Velcro closure sleeve pockets two front zipper pockets ventilation openings under the sleeves Velcro fasteners to attach rank badges and name tags All zippers have a thong for ease of opening and closing when wearing gloves.

Shell Layer: Designed to be worn with base and insulative levels for use in moderate to cold conditions.

The GEN III ECWCS Soft Shell Cold Weather Jacket is designed for use in cold weather conditions as a soft shell layer combined with other base and insulative layers.

Constructed with water resistant materials the Level V Soft Shell Jacket provides light weight, low bulk and extreme comfort for movement. When combined with base and insulative layers this level serves as an excellent outer shell in moderate to cold environments.

The Level V jacket features a Based on layering systems currently utilized by mountaineering professionals and designed by the U.S. Army, GEN III ECWCS changes the way the American Soldier can fight. Technically advanced proprietary materials and textile construction combine with advanced garment design to allow the soldier to comfortably operate and sustain combat operations in extreme conditions, extending the ability to take the fight to the enemy.

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