Military M65 style and shape. Garment dyeing is a process in which a garment is cut and sewn and then dyed in order to achieve its final form. It is a beautifully delicate art that creates super soft clothing with a rich, tonal palette. This particular fabric is a Cotton/Linen blend and has a herringbone weave. Named for its distinctive chevron pattern, Herringbone is a staple fabric used liberally during WWII as the fabric of choice for GI’s. • REF: 24758.• Concealed button front.• Internal back waist adjust.• Four external flap pockets.• One internal pocket.• Shirt style cuff.• Fabric Content: 60% Cotton, 40% Linen.• Washcare: Wash at 30 degrees. Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry. Cool iron. Do not dry clean. Wash like colours together. Do not iron decoration. The mannequin stands at 6’2" and has a 38" chest. It wears a size Medium.