East german jacket

To fit chest (advised): S 35"-38", M 37"-40", L 39"-42", XL 41"-44'', XXL 43"-46", 3XL 44"-47", 4XL 46"-49'', 5XL 47"-50", 6XL 49"-52".

Comfortable and warm winter jacket modeled based on the jacket originally used by National People's Army, the army of former East Germany.
The jacket fastens with buttons, and features shell in the forest green raindrop camouflage pattern, a stone-grey quilted liner with elastic knitted cuffs and a removable button-in grey pile collar. Moreover it goes with two chest pockets and upper arm pockets, both with flaps and button closures, two slanted front pockets and one inside pocket as well as a hidden drawstring waist and adjustable button wrist straps. What is more the jacket has multipurpose loops just above the arm pockets and near the shoulders for attaching camouflage materials.

There are three scoring points viz. Halal, Yambosh and Chala. The player who scores a Halal wins the bout. To score a Halal you need to throw your opponent on his back with full control, force and speed. The throw that is close to Halal is given Yambosh. Two Yambosh makes a Halal. The throw that is close to Yambosh is given Chala. No number of Chala can equal a Yambosh. There are three penalties in Kurash. The first penalty is called Tambik, second penalty is Dakki and the third penalty is Girrom which means disqualification. The bout starts with salutation which is called Tazim. And to pause the bout Tokta is used and to cancel a point Bekar is used. [9]

East german jacket

east german jacket


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