SH45 [BLACK EAGLE] Vintage Army Combat Shirt w/Sleeve Straps



$84.95

Vintage Military Dress Shirt featuring Russian Criminal Tattoo
Designs by MIR

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AVAILABLE IN: OLIVE DRAB (shades of Olive may wary a bit from shirt to shirt)

COTTON/POLY/VISCOSE Blend. A Tough and rugged texture built to stand up to everyday battles.

*************SIZE CHART(in inches)*******************
SIZE:_____SM__________MD_________LG_________XL________XXL
Chest:___(34"-36")_______(38-40)______(42-44)______(46-48)______(50-52)
EU:____(88-92cm)______(96-100)_____(104-108)_____(112-116)___(120-124)

TO FIND YOUR SIZE:
MEASURE CIRCUMFERENCE OF YOUR CHEST AND MATCH IT TO THE CORRESPONDING SIZE ABOVE OR LAY FLAT A SHIRT THAT FITS YOU WELL AND MEASURE IT FROM ARMPIT TO ARMPIT. MULTIPLY THAT NUMBER BY 2 AND MATCH IT TO ONE OF THE SIZES ABOVE.

The Model is Wearing A Medium. He's 6'0"

If you have any questions or need further assistance, please CONTACT US

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ABOUT THE DESIGN:
Vintage Berlin Wall-era Eastern European Army Shirt, genuine military issue. Made from a cotton/poly/viscose mix, a tough, rugged yet comfortable material. We tailored these shirts a bit to give them a more slim fit while leaving a some breathing room for the larger Big & Tall sizes. We also added some up-cycled military cargo straps on the sleeves for a modern industrial look.

On the back is the MIR Eagle logo. This eagle emblem has been around for thousands of years. It was first used by the Roman Empire. This type of Eagle was a powerful anti-establishment and anti-authority tattoo during the 50's and 60' . In Russian prison subculture, this type of symbol was usually meant to show disdain for the system and the Communist government. The eagle conveys the message "Strike first, Dont wait for them to hit you!"
MIR is a Russian word for "peace". But its an acronym for "Menya Ispravit Rastrel" meaning "Execution will Reform Me".

ON THE FRONT: SHTRAFBAT Division(~shtra'afba'at) comes from the Russian term "Shtrafniye Battal'yoni" meaning "Penalty Battalions". It was the name given to the penal battalions that were drafted from various prisons and camps around USSR during World War II. Inmates were told that if they joined the army to fight the Germans and help the Motherland, then their sentences would be commuted and they would go free after the war. Needless to say that after the war was won, Stalin ordered those inmates who served in the SHTRAFBAT to be put right back where they came from, the "Zona" (prison).

DISCLAIMER: MOST OF THE RE-CYCLED MILITARY SURPLUS ITEMS WE USE ARE UN-ISSUED. THOSE ITEMS THAT WERE ISSUED AND USED, HAVE BEEN WASHED OR DRY CLEANED AND PROPERLY DEMILITARIZED.