It is a very well made reproduction WW1 German M1907/10 Tunic, and copy all details of the Original. The tunic made from quality heavy Feldgrau wool.
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AKO 19.04.1907 announced the release of the new German Feldgrau (field-gray) uniform, known universally as the M1907/10 Feldrock. The new uniform was intended for field use only, and the old Dunkelblau uniforms were maintained for all other occasions. The Feldrock was made of a material called Tuch, which was a heavy wool Feldgrau (green-grey) material. The new uniform was piped in regiment or branch of service uniform colors, with colored piping sewn around the bottom edge of the collar, on the front fly, on the cuffs and flaps, and the rear skirt formation. Shoulder straps were a slip-on pattern and piped in Army corps colors or unit facing colors depending on the unit.
The upper part of the cloth lining above the waist was white, and the lower part including the rear skirts was grey. In the waist were fitted ties to allow the wearer to adjust the waist for proper fit. Two large removable hooks in the shape of buttons are attached above the rear skirt formation and were used to carry the extra weight of the belt and it's attached equipment. On the hips, two Tombac side hooks were sewn on to also help distribute the weight.