Cotton Canvas Ranch And Field Jacket

The Veterans Commemorative’s Cotton Canvas Ranch and Field Jacket is rugged and sturdy for year-round comfort and durability. 

It was created by Burks Bay, the company selected by NASA to manufacture its MA-1 Flight Jacket for the Kennedy Space Center.

This sturdy, all-weather jacket is a token of respect and gratitude for servicemen who served and sacrificed for our nation’s pride, glory, and democracy. The jacket is made of a 12 oz. washed 100% cotton khaki shell and lined with a 10 oz. plaid reinforced lining of acrylic and nylon, making it warm and weatherproof. Triple-stitched seams render the jacket durable at stress points. The inner pocket and two outer side pockets are roomy enough to carry a large-sized mobile phone, wallet, ID card, or other essentials.Its snap-closure cuffs and adjustable tab waistband, and heavy-duty zipper.

War Veterans will appreciate these utilitarian jackets embellished with a War Veteran Patch and an American Flag Patch which can be added just for an extra $20 each.

All service patches are procured from licensed suppliers and choices range from U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Air Force, Vietnam Veteran, and U.S. Coast Guard.

Tailor-made patches can be made to order. You’ll also get a FREE “Proud to be a Veteran” zipper pull along with these value-added features.

Two Inner Concealed Carry Pockets With Holster Straps may be added for just $30 extra-indeed a great feature for those licensed to carry firearms or for securing valuables.

Basic version of these field jackets cost $99 and they are available in sizes ranging from Small to 3XL. Customer satisfaction is our aim and we promise a full refund or exchange policy within 30 days of purchase if you are not satisfied with our product.

Not only do theses Commemorative Field Jackets make a thoughtful gift, they can be worn by War Veterans to pay homage to people who impacted their life and military career or as a remembrance of their Service Career. Decorated with service badges, a personalized Commemorative Field Jacket is bound to bring smiles on the recipients’ face. They are a heartfelt tribute to war heroes- many of whom lost their lives fighting for our great homeland- to show that their service is acknowledged, admired, and revered.

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  • Thank you very much for the two beautiful garments! Both the MA1-Bravo Jacket and the Concealed Carry Soft Shell Vest fit perfectly and are tailored to perfection. They are rugged and warm, exactly what I was looking for.

    Ed J.

  • I received the jacket this past Wednesday. I just love it. Good quality, feels great, and looks sharp. I have been looking for such a jacket the past few years and have finally found it.

    Edward A.

  • Dear Vetcom, Received the MA-1 Bravo Jacket yesterday. Thank you so very much, made a Veteran very happy. Was so hoping to have it on time for him to wear on Veterans Day and you made sure it was here in time. The jacket is beautiful and my husband just loves it. Again, thank you so very much and God bless.

    Jessie H.

  • I received my U.S. Military War Veteran Birthstone Ring this morning. It's awesome, and I'm so glad that I ordered it through Veterans Commemoratives. Needless to say, I'm very happy. Thank you so much.

    Randy C.

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