20-3. IDENTIFICATION AND DESCRIPTION - Continued
The trousers (Figure 20-3 and Figure 20-4) are made of the same material as the parka. They are also woodland
camouflaged and have seat and knee patches, pass through pockets, and gusseted leg openings to allow easy donning
and doffing without removing the boots. The trousers have an elastic drawcord with barrel lock at the waist. Nylon hook
and pile fastener tapes are located at the ankle tabs to allow for adjustment. Slide fasteners are located on the legs and
front fly. The trousers have nylon tape suspender loops. Snap fasteners are located above the front fly slide fastener
and on the pockets. The various garment sizes are listed in Table 20-17.
Liner, Cold Weather Coat.
The coat liner (Figure 20-4.1) is an olive green undergarment of polyester batting covered with 3 plies of ripstop
nylon cloth. The liner serves as an insulating layer for the upper body.
Liner, Cold Weather Trousers, Field.
X-Small Short and Regular
Small Short and Regular
Medium Short and Regular
Large Short and Regular
X-Large Short and Regular
The trouser liner (Figure 20-4.2) is an olive green undergarment of polyester batting covering with 3 plies of ripstop
nylon cloth. The liner serves as an insulating layer for the lower body.
Shirt, Cold Weather, Polyester Fiberpile.
The shirt (Figure 20-5) is a brown-colored, long sleeve, front opening type garment with a fold over collar that
converts to a turtleneck when the front slide fastener is completely closed. A black elastic nylon drawcord with barrel
lock is at the waist, with black hook and pile fastener tapes on the two chest cargo pockets, and wrist adjustments. The
shoulders, underarms, sleeves, and pockets are reinforced with plain weave black polyester/cotton material The various
garment sizes are listed in Table 20-14.