First issued in World War II, the N-1 Navy deck jacket was a winter essential; a simple yet effective design that underwent numerous updates and modifications over the years before finally being phased out in the 1960s. This current version, inspired by the original, features a knit bottom for added comfort and flexibility when seated behind the wheel or engaging in outdoor activities. Fully lined with burnt-orange, military spec quilted nylon with polyester fill. Finished with vintage-style two-hole cat's eye buttons. In olive. Wool/nylon. Dry clean. Elizabeth, NJ.Sizes: S(34-36), M(38-40), L(42-44), XL(46-48), XXL(50-52).
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Rating Snapshot(5 reviews)
3 of 5(60%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
"NO WAY TO GET THIS NON_ORVIS MADE JACKET TO FIT RIGHT UNLESS U ORDER AT LAES TWO, MAYBY MORE ! I have I been working on a size to fit for a couple of months ! NOT ORVIS STANDARDS IN MY BOOK !!! And my closet is FULL of Orvis garments ! Finall gave up and sent them all back, to just do without the Jacket ! Sorry fellas, and I LOVE ORVIS !!!"
"Nice looking and great fabric with plenty of old school style too. I followed the sizing advice and bought a Lg instead of Md. and it fits snug but is just right.You don't need layers under this and if you have a belly it should be fine.Mine fits big at the waist but Is tighter around the bottom so I'm told it looks fine.I think it's worth trying because you can't find this quality just anywhere."
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Review 3 for N-1 Deck Jacket
December 21, 2012
from NORTHEASTERN PA.
"VERY WELL MADE JACKET BUT RUNS SMALL TO SIZE. I NORMALLY WEAR A LARGE OR EXTRA LARGE. ORDERED THIS JACKET IN EXTRA LARGE AND IT IS VERY SNUG."
"This jacket is nicely constructed but is sized very inacurately. I have been a size large for nearly 30 years and couldn't even get this on my body all they way. The "large" actually fit smaller than a medium."
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Review 5 for N-1 Deck Jacket
As I expected,
October 26, 2012
from Pacific Northwest
"This is not a light jacket or windbreaker type of garmet. This is a heavy coat suitable for winter temps -which is exactly what I wanted. It's wool. It's heavy, somewhat stiff and most important, it's warm.
It definitely has a military vibe. A co-worker jokingly suggested that I should get sergeant stripes sewn on the arms.
As is typical with Orvis products, it's expensive but you get what you pay for."