that's an interesting parka.
It reminds me what used to be available in the local army and navy stores in the 60s when they were sold as Italian alpine troops jacket.
It will be good to see what the experts say.
I don't see any ss connection!...
It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.
I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...
These were also used postwar by the Czech Army
all I can say is that there is the SS trait - herringbone material in the sleeve.
As far as I know these were either used by the SS or the Czechs postwar. I'm not an expert on Anoraks so I figured you guys on here would know.
Seriously , would it even be worthwhile to reproduce these .. ? Or would the question be if there are postwar made Czech versions .. ?
They do fake them you see them for sell on German ebay quite often ,I have a photo somewhere of Czechs wearing these post war I will try to find it and post it .The ss did use these also but I think it would be hard to tell if this one is wartime or not
I never seen them in use i the SS. The only pics you see them in wear is with very young kids, last stand in germany. The typical ss charkovs were non camo
Two famous pictures ;