From 1943 onwards, the HBT uniform was general issue to all personnel in the US Army throughout the Second World War. The garments were utilized throughout the entire conflict, with wear depending on the weather. In hot climates, this was the primary uniform, worn often by itself. In cooler areas, the HBT's were worn in conjunction with the wool shirts, field trousers and field jackets.
This is a vintage 1940s, WWII Era, US Army HBT (Herringbone Twill) military shirt with two chest button flap entry patch pockets, button down front and chest stencil markings. This is a 4th pattern field shirt, likely produced in 1944/1945, identifiable by the clipped corner breast pockets.
Used and in good vintage condition for its age of circa 80 years, with general heavy signs of wear, abrasion and marks throughout, including small paint marks along the front of the shirt. Laundered and ready for a new owner.
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