UK Khaki Drill Other Ranks Service Dress Tunic (British Pattern)

UK Khaki Drill Other Ranks Service Dress Tunic (British Pattern)
Reproduction of 1902 Pattern Tropical Service Dress in khaki cotton, as worn during WWI and well into WWII.  Fitted with brass Kings Crown General Service buttons.
 
Our PriceUS$ 48.00
Code204018000
Stock255
Weight0.75
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These have extra long sleeves that will require some tailor fitting on most people.  Tailoring of the body will also give a more proper "regimental" appearance.  These can be worn with Early War KD Trousers or 1941 Pattern KD Shorts. Check Size Chart here
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