Shirt, Cotton, Khaki, M-37 EM
Shirt, Cotton, Khaki, M-37 EMThis is the standard issue enlisted man's shirt from the earlier campaigns of WWII. Eventually this style of shirt was replaced by another shirt with an open collar style called the Convertible Collar shirt (shown below). The M37 shirt does retain a much sharper appearance due to the two-piece collar and stand and front and cuff button plaquets design. This shirt does NOT include a gas flap. Historically, the M37 shirt pattern was common until approximately 1943 when the Army changed to the convertible collar style thereafter.
Our khaki cotton shirts are robust yet comfortable! Buttons are durable solid cast melamine and all seams are stitched with pride using 100% cotton thread. We also include a beautifully replicated QM inspector tag.
This shirt design fits snug. If in doubt order up one size to assure room in the body.