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ATF's M1942 Paratrooper Uniforms:
First and foremost these uniforms are not available from any other source. There are other M1942 Para reproductions, but these particular uniforms are specific to us. Yes, I know there are one or two other vendors who claim that they carry the identical products, but they are mistaken, desperate or possibly just full of crap. How am I so sure? Because I provided the original mint condition uniforms, the base patterns, and we deal directly with the factory. These are positively NOT the uniforms made by Sturm that are sold by Sportsmansguide and dozens of small dealers in the US, Europe and all over ebay. Ours look and fit like originals, we use the best hardware available, and I oversized them slightly so they still fit after you wash and dry them.

In 2009, we sent my unissued original 40R jacket and size 34 trousers to the manufacturer and created an entirely new pattern from what we had used previously. I also have a mint condition 42R and 44R jacket here to compare the size grade. These uniforms fit like the real thing. Besides having the correct fit, which most other copies do not, we used American made zinc plated snaps from Scovil. Zippers are genuine Talon brand. Belt buckles are also U.S. made. So, we do not have the tin snaps and paper thin buckles that fail if you look at them.

Fabric & Color: Yes, we are very certain that our uniforms are the same color as the real ones used in WWII. The 8 oz. 100% cotton twill is the same weight as used on the real WWII uniforms. Yes, some reproductions are made from heavier material (approaching denim) - but we're going by the original, not a copy. The uniforms are slightly long to allow for shrinkage.

Reinforcing: We got it right. The olive drab canvas has 3-4 slightly crooked, stitch rows and the elbow and knee patches are actually in the right locations. (Some reproductions place them on the upper arms and thighs for some mysterious reason.)

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