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Thread: Canadian Army Combat Parka, extreme cold NEW and Used Small To XL $149.95 to $249.95

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    Canadian Army Combat Parka, extreme cold NEW and Used Small To XL $149.95 to $249.95

    Canadian Army Combat Parka, extreme cold











    The Combat Parka is now out of production so availability is limited.
    The combat parka is winter rated to keep you warm at -40*C Nylon/cotton outer.
    Removable, warm lining and lined hood. Multiple pockets, drawstring waist and hem.
    Has large Buttons and a Brass zipper that will open from the bottom as well.
    The removable polyester liner has vents to allow for air to dry any humidity build up.
    The Hood is removable and wool lined, has a copper wire so you can shape the rim to prevent wind and snow from entering.
    There's a buttoned knit collar and knit cuffs on the liner to keep draughts from blasting down your neck or snow up your sleeves.
    The two large Cargo pockets for carrying the Huge Mittens the army issues have a spill resistant fold so you don't loose smaller items if you tumble in the snow and two breast pockets that secure with big buttons the same way.
    And the Big buttons are made of a Protein base Paste so if you get stuck out in a survival type scenario you can scrape them down to make a protein shake.
    Perfect for the middle of a Canadian winter.
    Made in Canada.
    An absolute treasure.

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    Few more in store again

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    I know its a little early, but that's better than too late

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    Tried to restock but hit a wall.
    This may really be the Final Tour!

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    Any new mediums?

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    Seriously on the buttons??
    Walk softly and carry a big gun

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    Shes have been telling Recruits that for 50 years. So many Troopies believed it it became true.
    As a Moral Booster I guess. We we could always eat our buttons.
    But Nope they are not edible.
    It was just some shine that Old Sarges would lie to Troopies about.

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    Thought so lol, keep the myth alive!
    Walk softly and carry a big gun

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    I remember hearing that hahhaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by sigpig View Post
    Thought so lol, keep the myth alive!
    The buttons make a nice soup base. Just add some tabasco and simmer lightly....
    Velox Versutus Vigilans

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