DPCU Windstopper

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    peace_benny5405
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    DPCU Windstopper

    Post by peace_benny5405 on Mon Oct 11, 2010 3:18 am

    Anyone got this yet ?? cyclops

    Does it realy made Size Small actually ?


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    Re: DPCU Windstopper

    Post by filupe on Mon Oct 11, 2010 10:56 am

    I am sure that they come in a size small. I have also heard that they are not that good in terms of cold weather gear - it is more of a windproof layer than anything else. Strangely enough these replaced the fleece-type 'koala' jackets which had superior heat retention qualities. The ADF is still coming to grips with 'definitive' cold weather gear and these garments are only supposed to be 'interim'.

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    Re: DPCU Windstopper

    Post by Philip on Mon Oct 11, 2010 12:08 pm

    Are these some kinda softshell jackets? Like American PCU?


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    Re: DPCU Windstopper

    Post by peace_benny5405 on Mon Oct 11, 2010 4:44 pm

    filupe wrote:I am sure that they come in a size small. I have also heard that they are not that good in terms of cold weather gear - it is more of a windproof layer than anything else. Strangely enough these replaced the fleece-type 'koala' jackets which had superior heat retention qualities. The ADF is still coming to grips with 'definitive' cold weather gear and these garments are only supposed to be 'interim'.


    I never saw Small size in DPDU windstopper , even i saw the picture of the female solider still wear that puffy. Sure it's not a good cold weather jacket and i don't know they have to use it to replaced the Koala jackets. And one more thing i don't understand is , They are going to issue the new Camo , How come they still made the gear in DPCU ?? but beside these , i can say this is a very very good windstopper , but only for windproof . bom

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    Re: DPCU Windstopper

    Post by downboy on Tue Oct 12, 2010 4:06 am

    Very unusual hat too...similar to a US boonie cut.

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