The M-65 liner was introduced in the late 1960s as an added layer for soldiers to wear in their M-65 Field Jackets—an upgraded replacement for the M-1951 Field Jacket used in the Korean War, itself an improvement of WWII's M-1943 Jacket.
The separately issued liner piece was made of a nylon onion-quilted outer shell with polyester, designed to better serve soldiers fighting in Vietnam's tropical and, at times, brutal climate.
Over the decades, the M-65 Field Jacket has been endlessly reinterpreted by designers from all over the world. In recent years though, the M-65 Liner has managed to make a name for itself as a staple piece in the fashion world.
This is a liner for an M-65 Parka, made in 1983. Marked size Small. Some tears on back left.
Armpit to armpit: 24.5"
Shoulder to shoulder: 21"
Sleeve Length: 22.5"
Total Length: 32.5"
Head to our Sizing Guide to see if this will fit you.
*Please note, all of our items are vintage and used and will naturally have some wear. We think it all just adds to the piece’s charm. We’ll always do our best to properly document any obvious imperfections.
**Colors may vary slightly between photos on screen and actual piece.