Coat Scarf Specs
MDW Overcoat: The overcoat is a full-length, double-breasted male coat, lined to the waist, has a convertible collar, belt loops, welt pockets with through hand-openings, buttoned down shoulder loops (for Enlisted version), and a center back vent. The sleeves have sleeve ornamentation — enlisted soutache for the enlisted version and officer branch braid for the officer version. The line is sleeveless, with a stitched-down lining to the waist, hand openings, and bound edges. The liner is attached by means of a slide fastener. The referenced specification is Natick Stock Number Mil-0-43537B, Natick Number 319A, for OVERCOAT, MAN's, WOOL, BLUE, WITH REMOVABLE LINER, with the following exceptions:
A. Shell Material: The Overcoat shell material shall be 55/45 Polyester Wool Elastique material, 13.5 ounce, Class 2 (Water Repellant Treated), dyed to Shade 450 and shall conform to specification UQC S-07-06, 11 October 2006.
The cloth shall be Teflon(TM)- treated in accordance with the specification.
The cloth dye lot shall be certified and shall contain the requisite chromograph. The treated 55/45 wool blend is in lieu of the untreated 100 percent wool cloth.
B. The liner shall be made of Thinsulate(TM) quilted lining, in lieu of the Melton wool lining.
C. Buttons shall be bright Hamilton-finish buttons in lieu of the standard finish buttons.
"OLD GUARD" SCARF: The scarf will be tubular four-ply weave construction without an edge seam and with unstretched length of 48 inches (+/- one inch) and a single-fold width of 9 inches (+/- 1/2").
The ends shall be finished with an overhook stitch with no fringe. The gauge of the stitching shall be 9 stitches (+/- one stitch) per inch I both the transverse and horizontal directions. The yarn material shall be 50% Merino wool, 50% acrylic. The color shall be uniform and shall be Cable #67140, Ivory HAP.