This is used US army polartec microfleece foliage green cap, polyester. no-pill polartec 100 series micro style 9118M pile or equal, NSN: 8405-01-527-5330, SPM100-05-D-0467, made by Seneca Cayuga Industries.
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For sale is this Synthetic Micro Fleece Watch Cap. Hat is in used condition. No holes or tears, or stains. See photos for details. What you see in the pictures is what you will be purchasing.
polartec micro fleece watch cap in coyote tan!new with minor blemish in fleece material! factory 2nds,and overuns! official issue, produced by seneca cayuga industries for polartec! made in u.s.a.!
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Genuine military surplus balaclava in black. 85% Wool 15% Nylon in great condition. They have been lightly worn and have no holes or tears. Great for hunting. Camping, oil field, bikers, paintball, job site, beer run, smash and grab, or just about any activity. Technical Characteristics 8415-01 …
Jan 14, 2017· NEW Black Military Issue ARMY 100 Gram Polartec 100 Fleece Cap . Some hats will have a black Polartec tag on the outside and some wont but they will all have the military issue Polartec tag in them with the Military (NSN) Number and tag and made in the U.S.A.
Compare. SALE. SENECA CAYUGA INDUSTRIES #HD125. SENECA CAYUGA INDUSTRIES BasicApparel Microfleece Cap. $12.99. Add to Cart. Previous. Page 1 …
She packed her seven versalia, put her initial into the belt and made herself on the way. When she reached the first hills of the Italic Mountains, she had a last view back on the skyline of her hometown Bookmarksgrove, the headline of Alphabet Village and the subline of her own road, the Line Lane.
When it comes to making hats, Brenda Reagin shared some advice Friday at Seneca Cayuga Industries in Seneca Falls: "Quality comes first. Quantity comes in time." Samantha House, The Citizen