PLATATAC OPFOR 42 Pattern Smock
Anorak-style, the WW 2 1942-Pattern “Smock, Windproof” was used extensively by British troops – SAS included – right up to the First Gulf War. Now, Australia’s PLATATAC has recreated the Smock for use by Army OPFOR.
This loose-fitting garment is intended to be worn over other clothing. It features four flat pockets with button closure, integral hood, 1/4 length zip in the neck for easier donning and doffing, lengths of self-fabric draw tapes in the hem and waist to permit adjustment, velcro closure wrist cuffs and loop on the biceps to attach unit insignia or flags.
PLATATAC’s homage to this classic utilises Multicam Agility Fabric, giving a modern twist to a classic. Available for a short time in Multicam and ATACS-iX.
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