Manufacturer ID: 8603SKU: RTC-8603
ROTHCO is America’s foremost wholesale supplier of military and outdoor products. We carry an extensive line of apparel and gear available for domestic and overseas sale to resellers of all types: retail, wholesale, military, police, security, outdoor products, screen printers, uniform dealers, fashion retailers, and sportswear shops.
For over 50 years we’ve primarily serviced independently-owned Army/Navy surplus stores across America, but in recent years ROTHCO has expanded our customer and product range to include new lines of sportswear and over 25% of our sales are now to overseas customers.
|For over 55 years, Rothco has made timeless, vintage military inspired clothing that transcends eras and offers classic, lasting quality appeal. Rothco's vintage military clothing look-book gives a glimpse into our classic styles from our vintage paratrooper fatigues to our bags and backpacks. Take a look at Rothco's Classic|
"I have this jacket, and I think it is pretty stylish. The pics don't really do it justice. However, the sizing is really, really, odd. I am 5'10", 157lbs, with a measured 40" chest. I wear a 16 34/35 dress shirt. My M-65 jacket is a size SMALL (claimed chest size of 33" - 37"). The size medium (claimed chest size of 37" - 41") is what I should be wearing in theory. It was HUGE on me. My size small is *still* a little loose, even when I wear a sweatshirt as a base layer. I am actually considering buying a replacement in the "extra small" size.
So, as a basic rule, order AT LEAST one size smaller than what you think you should be wearing. You may even want to consider going down TWO sizes.
Also, any Rothco / Ultra Force M-65 jacket is NOT made to military specs. They ARE stylish, vintage-looking, knock-offs of real military spec M-65 field jackets, but they are not the real thing. If you want real a military spec M-65 jacket look at (1) Alpha Industries M-65, (2) Knox Armory M-65 (made my Alpha), or (3) Propper M-65. I know the Propper brand also runs a bit large in size, not sure about Alpha."