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  1. Jeep caps are back! These beautiful caps are made to last and keep your head nice and warm. Great color. Visors are leather or waterproof fiber board. https://www.wwiiimpressions.com/products/200
  2. I do see that you are asserting that OD#2 was the standard for design specification purposes regardless of the outcome and I agree with you. Tom's remarks that web sites indicating OD#3 on field jackets as erroneous could have been misinterpreted by other readers to suggest that the color of our M41 jackets was wrong since the they leaned more towards OD#3. I feel the need to defend our product for this reason. Here is a photo of a swatch of the interior unfaded side of an original "5oz" M41 jacket fabric. This swatch sits on top of one of our M41 jackets from our last run. I have weig
  3. Just saw a post on the GI Reenactors Help page about this ebay listing and thought it would be a good time to return back to this discussion with some more information to reinforce my assertions. OD#2 may have been the intended color for the initial contracts to produce the M41 Jacket but over time this spec was not set in stone and changed. Indeed, many Army contracts for hundreds of thousands of jackets had to be completed and delivered with whatever the contractors could get their hands on which the Army allowed for. Here is just such an example of the M41 jacket in OD#7. https://www
  4. Negative. The strap on style was from a spec dated 1939. The slip on design was spec'd in 1942. I've got the specs to back this up.
  5. Yes they are. See... http://www.usmilitariaforum.com/forums/index.php?/topic/58139-airborne-us-paratroopers-gloves-late-war/
  6. These are genuine WWII US Army issue M42 horsehide riding gloves. Note the slip on design and lack of adjustment strap on the palm side. They are the style that was approved at the beginning of American involvement in WWII. They were also the style that was issued in mass to the paratroops. You can always tell the M42 design because soldiers would flip up the hem. You can't flip the hem on the earlier M39 style gloves. Everyone always assumes that the earlier M39 strap on style was the style used by paratroops but it is NOT. Sure there were M39 strap on style gloves in the system and
  7. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Here are some coupon codes to help during your Christmas shopping: "take5" to take $5 off your order of $30 or more. "take10" to take $10 off your order of $80 or more. "take20" to take $25 off your order of $200 or more "take50" to take $50 off your order of $450 or more. For In-Stock merchandise only. Remember to enter the above code in the box located underneath the product listing summary in the online checkout cart. Please do not contact us after you have placed your order to apply the discount. Valid now until Monday December 25th, 2017. Disc
  8. The footwear reservation deadline has been extended to Sunday 3 December by popular request. Please follow important ordering information on the footwear reservation page at https://www.wwiiimpressions.com/collections/prepayment-footwear.
  9. Marine and Army footwear are restocking at WWII Impressions. Restocking footwear include Army rough outs, russet shoes, jump boots, Marine boondockers with raw corded soles and heels, and for the first time since WWII we are introducing our limited edition Marine Parachutist boots. Now is the time to get your pair of shoes that you've been waiting at with a prepayment discounted price. The completion date for these shoes is estimated to be mid March. Follow this link to take advantage of placing your order with a prepayment discount or get a free gift athttps://www.wwiiimpressions.com/collect…
  10. Happy Halloween from WWII Impressions. We are your source for American made quality uniforms, gear, and accessories. Keep us in mind to complete your WWII uniform for the festivities. Here are some coupon codes to help: take5 to take $5 off your order of $25 or more. take10 to take $10 off your order of $75 or more. take20 to take $20 off your order of $200 or more take50 to take $50 off your order of $500 or more. Enter the above code in the box located underneath the product listing in the online checkout cart. Valid now until Tuesday October 31st, 2017. Please share on your social medi
  11. Feeling unlucky on Friday the 13th?? At WWII Impressions it is your lucky day! Take 13% off your entire order excluding shipping and handling. Discount active only from 1300 hours (1:00 pm) to Midnight on Friday October 13, 2017. Applicable to all in-stock merchandise. Must enter code "lucky" during checkout. Box to enter code is located underneath the product listing in the online checkout cart. This discount is not retroactive. Please do not contact us asking to apply the discount after placing your order. Thank you for your business and your cooperation. Please share on your social m
  12. WWII Impressions customers firing the "four-duce", 4.2 inch mortar during the recent D-Day commemoration in Conneaut, OH. Spectacular photo courtesy of Brian Domitrovich! Thanks guys. We are celebrating Labor Day with a great sale. Use the following coupon codes: Use coupon code take10 to take $10 off your order of $75 or more. Use coupon code take25 to take $25 off your order of $250 or more. Use coupon code take50 to take $50 off your order of $500 or more. Valid Friday through Sunday September 1-4, 2017. Please share on your social media. Discount not retroactive to previous orders. Does n
  13. Now offering 2nd pattern canteen covers with the filler hole and two shade variations... https://www.wwiiimpressions.com/products/285
  14. Just an alert to inform you of the launching of our new and more user friendly web site... New impressive format. Now offering USPS surface mail postage for a better international rate to our overseas customers. Please note that our email address is ww2imp@verizon.net Hope the Europe2017 trip was fun and our Camo HBT and raincoats kept you dry!
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