British 95 Desert Shirt

British Army SurplusSKU: SRT1003-170-88
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*Note* Some shirts may not have shoulder epaulettes due to different year models

This British DDPM (Desert Disruptive Pattern Material) shirt is an alternative garment to the '95 DPM camouflage, worn by soldiers in desert and arid environments. A popular shirt for paintball and airsoft players. That's not to say you can't wear it everyday! 

The fabric has been crafted to be lightweight and breathable for warmer environments. With the design featuring two button chest pockets and a sleeve pocket, you can keep the essential items close. Adjustable cuffs keep the sleeves fitted nicely or un-button them and roll them up for a classic 'tough guy' look. Shoulder epaulettes and a front rank patch slide completes this military shirt. 

Features:

  • Genuine British Army surplus
  • Lightweight fabric
  • Button-up front
  • Two chest pockets
  • Utility pocket on the sleeve
  • Adjustable button cuffs

 

Sizing: The first number is the chest circumference, the second size is the recommended height of the wearer. A "Small (88cm) / 180" will fit a person around 180cm tall with an 88cm chest size. For more information, check out our sizing guide.

Weight: 0.6kg
Content:
Polyester/Cotton
Colour:
Desert Disruptive Pattern Material
Condition:
 Used/Very Good - Item has clearly had some use. There may be marks and signs of wear, but still lot's of life left. If you want more information on our condition ratings, check out our condition guide

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Andy Erskine
Great shirt, but where are my epaulettes?

I was very excited about my new shirt when it arrived, very comfortable with some mysterious service badges but no epaulettes! My wife is very disappointed about this, having often said that she's a sucker for epaulettes.

Hi Andy, Thanks for your feedback. It seems your got a newer model (as they are mixed in with the older style), as these do not have the epaulettes on them. Thank you for bringing this to our attention, we'll update the listing to reflect this.

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