1962 OG-107 Shirt Alcatraz white Pike Brothers

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1962 OG-107 Shirt Alcatraz white 


The OG-107 uniform was part of the regular field uniform of the American armed forces from 1952 to 1963. Even Elvis Presley wore the OG-107 during his time in the service. It was introduced in 1952 and remained with some minor changes until the early 1980s. The OG-107 proved itself in the field because of its ruggedness and comfortable fit.

The Alcatraz fabric is a printed canvas like the one popularly used for Prison Stripes. Prison Stripes came about around 1850 and were designed to quickly identify prisoners who were on the run.

The following details characterize our OG-107 Shirt :

- 100% cotton
- Loose-Fit
- Button-Fly
- Pre-washed, will not shrink
- Made in Turkey


Note for tops:

Measurements provided are of the product when laid flat, not as worn on a body.
CHEST / PIT TO PIT: Measured across the chest from armpit seam to seam directly below sleeve seams at the armpit.
SHOULDER: Taken across the back and measured from shoulder tip to shoulder tip.
SLEEVE: Following the natural curve of the sleeve from shoulder seam to cuff.
BACK LENGTH: Measured from the seam at the base ofthe collar to the bottom hem of the top.