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Life on deck can be rough sometimes. Therefore deck wear had to meet special needs. Over the decades certain materials and fits have evolved in the seafaring. One piece of garment that has evolved is the CPO Shirt of the U.S. Navy. The roomy construction together with two large chest pockets meet every petty officers needs on deck.
Originally developed in the 1930s it is still in service today with some slight changes. For this version Pike Brothers have used the old pattern from 1940.
Further Details of the 1943 CPO Shirt are:
- 80 % wool / 20 % Polyamid
- Authentic fit from the 1940s
- cat-eye buttons
- Made in Portugal