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United States Army
Regulation
Uniforms


This page was last updated: June 21, 2012
 

     Featured on this page is an index of our complete line of United States Army uniforms for Enlisted Men, Enlisted Women, and Officer's; fatigue, dress and field uniforms.  Footwear, Insignia, and Field Equipment products are listed on other pages of our web site.  (You may click on the words to be redirected.) 

     We are very proud of the WWII era uniforms we produce. We say uniforms because we make them to meet the same specifications as the real uniforms.  We know that our uniforms could have been worn by real soldiers of the WWII era. In fact, real WWII veterans whom wear our uniforms today say that our uniforms are just as good what they were issued over 60 years ago. To us there is no better compliment. Aside from veterans wearing our uniforms, people from many walks of life also enjoy our uniforms for their commemorative activities, museum displays, film and play productions, historical reenactments, or to just lounge around. These customers too echo the high quality we produce and our list of happily satisfied customers is lengthy.

     We offer the highest quality new-made WWII era military uniforms available on the planet.  Whether you are a WWII veteran wishing to be re-united with a uniform depicting your time in service, a dedicated historian committed to commemorating our serving heroes, or an enthusiast of vintage military Americana, you will find something here that will meet your needs.  The durable quality appearance we replicate has a following all it's own that spans the globe.  Our products will say to anyone watching you, I Care! Your friends will admire the unique styles and craftsmanship of our products.  Furthermore, you are buying products produced in the United States that will fit and last like the originals.  We do not outsource the production of our uniforms and equipment and all components are assembled and sewn in the U.S. on our own production floor thus allowing us to manufacture the finest museum-quality replicas available anywhere. The fabrics used in our garments are selected or duplicated to our specs with accuracy to the original specifications in mind.  Fabrics were dyed using sun resistant dyes that meet military specs so they don't turn colors from exposure to the outdoors.  Our patterns were painstakingly drafted and graded according to vintage military specs not contemporary commercial trends.  Buttons, thread, and other notions were exhaustively sourced, and at times custom duplicated, to original specifications.  We even include authentic contractor inspection labels and size markings on most of our uniforms just as did the actual garment contractors of the period.  Our garments offer substance and a very satisfying heft that will wear durably and deliver sharp appearances to scrutinizing audiences.  Our garments are not made just for the casual hobbyist.  They are produced to faithfully perform like actual uniforms and satisfy the most finicky of collectors.  We aim to make the veterans proud to be wearing our uniforms just as they wore theirs during WWII.

    
Swatches of fabric can be mailed to anyone wishing to pre-inspect the quality of fabrics before they make a purchase.  Please send us a self addressed and stamped envelope to our address and we would be happy to supply a swatch of any fabric we use in our garments. 

     On a historical note, in the preceding years before and during WWII, the United States Army Quartermaster command maintained a philosophy in their uniform design known as Camouflage By Horizon.  This concept implied that the fabrics used in the various articles of clothing and equipment were dyed in contrasted and complimentary shades of Olive Drab or Khaki.  Various shades of olive drab or "O.D."  and khaki were numbered, as was "khaki No. 1".  Each component in an entire uniform had either a subtle or significant contrasting shades to each other.  We have generally come to know and accept that the contemporary concept of camouflage applies on an individual level.  Camouflage by horizon on the other hand described camouflage used collectively in a large group of personnel.   The theory was that the entire group with multi shaded uniforms would therefore blend into the scenery in the field of the horizon.  The concept of camouflage by horizon was applied to both dress and combat uniform designs.

For a complete description of the WWII era U.S. Army soldier's basic uniform and equipment click here.  

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