Official USMC Issue Digital MARPAT Utility Uniforms (MCCUU)
MARPAT uniforms we sell are the new Official USMC Issue Digital Desert
and Woodland Camouflage Marine Corps Combat Utility Uniform (MCCUU) .
reproductions, NOT cheap
THEY ARE 100% OFFICIAL
USMC ISSUE. These uniform
trousers & blouses are manufactured by Propper International Inc.,
American Apparel Inc., E.A. Industries Inc., Columbia Sewing Co. (Camco
Mfg.) or American Power Source, Inc.
uniforms are 100% brand new!
uniform blouse has the Eagle, Globe and Anchor embroidered on the left
breast pocket. The uniforms, both trousers and blouses have the small
printed USMC & EGA (Eagle, Globe & Anchor) insignia imbedded within
the digital camouflage pattern at approximately every 13" intervals, this
is a printed logo, not embroidered. It is not unheard of to encounter
a particular garment where one may find it difficult to locate the embedded
USMC & EGA, usually it occurs on trousers since they are made up of
smaller pieces of material, it is quite rare to not be able to locate one
of these embedded USMC & EGA, you may just have to look thoroughly,
and usually you will find them somewhere on the garment. However,
by not being able to locate the embedded USMC & EGA does not mean they
are not official USMC issue, there are other characteristics that lend
to being able to positively ID these uniforms as being Official USMC Issue
such as content on the affixed tagging on the inside of a garment as well
as the construction. Here is an example of the USMC & EGA that
is embedded within the digital camouflage pattern.
are some representative images of tags you will find on the inside of the
Official USMS Issue MARPAT Utility Uniforms.
material these uniforms are made of is 50% nylon, 50% cotton (known as
NYCO). The trousers and blouses are treated permanent press for less
need of ironing.
blouse has a total of 4 pockets; two slant style Velcro closure chest pockets
and two button closure shoulder sleeve pockets. Sleeves have reinforced
elbow padding, internal elbow pockets for insertable padding and adjustable
trousers have a total of 6 pockets; two front slash style, two rear button
closure pockets and two large thigh bellows cargo pockets, button fly,
reinforced knees and seat. Trouser legs knee area have internal pockets
for insertable padding. Partial elasticized waist at the hips.
They do not have the traditional waist adjustment cinch straps that you
might be familiar with in older versions of BDU pants, this waist size
adjustment feature has been replaced with the two elastic points at the
hips. They also have done away with the tie strings at the ankle
note about covers; With the small printed "USMC" & EGA insignia
being printed only every 13" within the digital material you may find that
your particular cover does not have one visible (we're not talking about
the embroidered emblem in the front, they all have that). In the
case that the small printed "USMC & EGA" insignia is not present does
not mean that it is not authentic, it just means that the pieces of material
that were used to construct your cover did not happen to have an "USMC"
& EGA insignia printed within material used. It happens quite
often, there's just not enough contiguous material on a cover to have every
one contain an "USMC" and EGA, especially since so small amount of
digital pattern material is used to make a cover. However, the only
manufacturer that I've seen to make official USMC MARPAT covers is Sekri
Industries, so as of this writing if you received one from somewhere else
and it is not made by Sekri Industries, Inc. it is more than likely a reproduction
and not official USMC issue.
very rare instances some of our new uniforms could possibly have the US
MARINES branch tape or name tape affixed to the blouse or trouser.
They are still new, it just means that the soldier we acquired the uniform(s)
from affixed these tapes prior to selling them to us. We do not charge
any extra for these branch or name tapes being affixed, they add a bit
of character and uniqueness to a uniform. It is also possible on
rare occasion for a uniform item to not have the original white paper bar
code tag attached with the plastic fastener, they are still new, but the
soldier we acquired the uniform from removed them. Only those uniform
items that are used are advertised separately and clearly stated as used
with their individual condition being noted.
will not be disappointed in the quality of these uniforms, if you know
anything about Official U.S. Government military uniforms and have ever
purchased an imported knock off that couldn't withstand a walk in the park
let alone the torments of battle, you'll know you can't go wrong with these
true U.S. Government Issue USMC MARPAT (MCCUU) Uniforms.