WW2 Japanese tropical uniform.
The Tropical shirt could be worn by itself or under the tunic. Made from very lightweight linen fabric suitable for hot climates.
It was very popular with the Japanese Army in the tropical climates of the Pacific islands.
- Side openings on each side of the shirt below the arm pits, the openings are closed by a single button.
- The neck has a wide opening for ventilation,
- The collar is a different colour to the rest of the shirt, which is correct.
- If worn under the tunic, the shirt collar was worn outside of the tunic.
- Two chest pockets are closed by a single button.
- Short length sleeves.
- Waist has two long waist straps which wrap around the waist for size adjustment.
- Button fly.
- Two back pockets are closed by a single button each
- Reinforced seat panel.
Price is for 1 x pair of trousers and 1 x tropical shirt.
These are the actual measurements of the garments. The chest measurement is with the shirt laid flat and is measure across the chest from under each arm. The waist is measured with the trousers laid flat (folded in half).
Small. 53 cm chest. 43 cm waist.
Medium. 57 cm chest. 46 cm waist.
Large. 60 cm chest. 48.5 cm waist.
X Large. 62 m chest. 53 cm waist.