Buzz Rickson's SHIRT MAN'S COTTON SATEEN OLIVE GREEN SHADE107 “DEMILITARIZED ZONE”
The utility uniform of herringbone twill, which the U.S. Army had adopted since World War II, continued to be worn even after the Korean War began. However, in Korea, which is a place of severe winter, more cold-proof combat clothes were needed, and field jackets M-51 and M-51 hoodies were developed and adopted. The OG-107 utility uniform appeared with that flow. There are pockets with flaps on both chests using thick satin, and there is a pen in the left pocket. It was common to wear a collar without a collar without the first button. The feature of the initial type is "shirt sleeves" with cuffs, and after the second model, it became "tube sleeves" without cuffs, and it was changed to a specification conscious of mass production.
This model restored the patch version of the utility shirt that John Lennon wore when he appeared on the TV program "Dick Cavett Show". What John chose at the surfer shop was a shirt that a real soldier actually wore. The soldier's name is "REINHARDT". "Imijin Scouts" patch that belonged to the U.S. Army's 2nd Infantry Division stationed in South Korea and engaged in reconnaissance missions in the DeMilitarised Zone established near 38 degrees north latitude It's attached. John Lennon's attitude of wearing a military shirt became a symbol of his anti-war and singing of love and peace.
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