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New Swedish Civil Defense Uniform
Item No: 580
New Swedish Army Civil Defense Uniform. Jacket has 2 front chest pockets, and a sleeve patch. Pant has 2 front slash pockets and 2 cargo pockets. Great work uniform
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  • John Cooper

    Thursday, 25 October 2012 at 4:06 pm

    Well worth The Price!! Super comfortable after a couple of washes. I got two of these uniforms and I dyed one of them black...easy option if you dont like the blue color. These uniforms go beyond RUGGED, great to were around the house, going for a hike, or for work. I lay block for a living and these pants outrank the leading brand of work clothes by a long shot.

  • Mike Cassidy

    Friday, 17 February 2012 at 2:59 am

    Apparently designed for in-the-field work for Swedish Civil Defense (Civilförsvaret, like it says on the left shoulder), this is a great work outfit. The angled slash pockets with flaps, on both jacket and pants, are quite fashionable as well as useful -- deep and large. There is only one rear pants pocket, so if you are used to having two, this takes some getting used to. However, there is plenty of room in the button-flap cargo pockets for stuff you might have put in the missing back pocket.

    The fabric is a twill something like denim, in a light blue color similar to stone-washed jeans. There are extra layers of fabric on the wear points -- knees and elbows. The jacket cuffs each have two buttons, so the sleeves can be tighter or looser at the wrist. The ankles of the pants have gussets to fit over your shoes; these are fastened closed by a gray leather strap about half an inch wide. These straps also come with metal hooks whose main function seems to be to snag one's socks; so I took off the hooks. The pants also have both belt loops, and buttons for suspenders. They are also roomy enough to accept a cold-weather liner.

    The jacket has a half-lining, apparently of cotton, and it has one buttoning interior chest pocket, along with the two large outer pockets with flaps. It buttons all the way up the front, and has a shirt-like collar. The jacket also has a "beavertail" sewn to the back center inside the jacket; this is similar to ones found on some float-coats. If you need some extra warmth, the beavertail can be deployed, brought under your crotch, and fastened to two buttons on the inside front hem of the jacket. Good for those cold Swedish winters.

    At Swiss Link's price, this suit is an outstanding value.

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