The Swedes broke into the camouflage game a bit late, issuing their first camouflage pattern to all troops in the 1990s. This pattern was developed for general issue to all Swedish troops.
Like the Swedish M90 Field Pants, these jackets are incredibly well-built and feature lots of handy pockets. There are two zip-up pockets on the waist and another two on the chest. Both cuffs are adjustable.
- Brand new condition
- Commercial production, not military contract
- Adjustable cuffs
- Four zip-up pockets
- Drawstring hem
Sizing on Swedish military clothing is pretty simple. Let's break it down:
The three-digit number refers to height in centimeters and has a ten centimeter range. For example, a 160 would fit anyone between 155 and 165 centimeters in height.
The two-digit number refers to your weight and has a ten kilogram range. For example, a 55 would fit anyone between 50 and 60 kilograms in weight.
“Friends, I listened to Ep. 2 and have some input on authentic Swedish surp. I went over to Malmo about 5 yrs ago and stopped in a surp store called Roda Staljarn(?) and they had a shitton of M90K.
I asked em how they had so many and they said the ones with globes on the tag were made at the same factory, by the same company but we're not intended for military use or surplus.
It would be like Propper also had military contracts but continued selling their repros. The ones with no globes or crowns are also not military but I think they're even less close.”
- @delasurp on Instagram