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Table of Contents,SECTION 1 Men Army Service Uniforms. APPENDIX A Men Size Prediction Charts,APPENDIX B NSNs for Men s Items. SECTION 2 Women Army Service Uniforms,APPENDIX C Women Size Prediction Charts. APPENDIX D NSNs for Women s Items,APPENDIX E Suggested Sources. MEN S UNIFORM ITEMS,FITTING OF MEN S UNIFORMS, The Men s Army Service Uniform ASU is composed of an Army Blue 450 Coat and Army Blue 451.
Trousers an Army White 521 Long or Short Sleeve Shirt necktie and the Black Beret A Coat All. Weather Black Shade 385 may be worn over the uniform. a Coat The coat is a four button single breasted coat with peak lapels front and underarm darts. two piece back with vent two top pleated patch pockets with flaps and two lower inside hanging. pockets with flaps The shoulder loops for the coat shall be buttoned down and have rounded edges at. edge nearest the collar and have 1 8 inch wide gold cord edge braid attached The inside of the coat. shall be 3 8 lined with yoke back fully lined sleeves and one inside breast pocket The coats shall have. gold sleeve ornamentation attached to the bottom of the sleeves 3 inches from bottom of hemmed. sleeve It is designed to fit slightly at the waist to conform to the individual s figure. b Trouser The trousers are a dress type with a sewn on waistband with hook and eye closure a. French fly tab with slide fastener straight on seam side pockets double cord hip pockets and cut back. darts The left hip pocket has a buttonhole tab and button The inside of the waistband has a rubberized. non slip tape The leg front and back creases are treated with a permanent silicone adhesive bead The. trousers come in two classes the Class 1 without ornamental braid is worn by enlisted personnel E 1. through E 4 Specialist and the Class 2 with a 1 1 2 inch wide ornamental braid attached on side seams. is worn by officers and enlisted personnel E4 Corporal through E 9 They are designed to fit smoothly. but not tightly around hips seat and waist with a slight fullness for comfort The rise is automatically. built into the trousers and varies with different lengths. c Shirt Short or Long Sleeve The shirt shall be a dress style with a standup collar collarstand. and yoke The collar shall contain collar stays The shirt shall have two plain chest pockets with button. through flaps It shall also have a pen pocket inside the left breast pocket approximately 1 1 4 inches. wide hemmed at the top and open at the bottom The shirt shall have tapered shoulder loops and cuffs. Type I Each shirt shall have permanent creases three creases on the back and one on each front of. shirt positioned in accordance with the marks on the pattern The creases shall have a continuous. appearance on the front through the shirt front of each pocket and pocket flap The shirt is available in. both long and short sleeves The long sleeve shirt has two button interlined cuffs and is designed to be. worn strictly with a tie There is one extra button on bottom front of shirt. d Necktie The necktie is a four in hand type, e Beret The beret is a one piece knitted wool shell bound with leather and a drawcord through. the binding The beret has a flash sewn onto the badge stay The beret is available lined or unlined. f All Weather Coat, 1 All Weather Coat The all weather coat is a six button double breasted model with a belt. The coat has a convertible collar button at neck right front gun flap shoulder loops adjustable sleeve. straps and welt pockets with two inside hanging pockets The back has a yoke and center vent The coat. is fully lined, 2 Liner The removable liner has bound edges 1 2 raglan sleeves 2 pass through pocket slits. and center back vent button loops at the bottom of each sleeve and zipper around the edge for. attaching the liner to the coat,2 Materials, a Coat 9 5 to 10 5 oz linear yd 55 45 polyester wool serge Army Blue 450. b Trouser 9 5 to 10 5 oz linear yd 55 45 polyester wool serge Army Blue 451. c Shirt Short or Long Sleeve 5 0 0 25 oz sq yd 65 35 polyester cotton herringbone. durable press and stain resistant Army White 521, d Necktie 6 5 oz sq yd 75 25 polyester wool tropical Army Black 385.
e Beret 16 5 oz sq yd 100 wool Army Black 1593,f All Weather Coat. 1 Coat 5 3 to 6 8 oz sq yd 65 35 polyester cotton poplin plain weave water repellent. treated Army Black 385, 2 Liner 4 6 oz sq yd 0 4 inch thick 65 35 polyolefin polyester batting between two layers. of 1 5 0 15 oz sq yd taffeta The sleeves for the all weather coat shall be made from a 6 2 oz sq yd. multifilament acetate faced combed cotton backed satin weave material Both materials shall match. the shade of the basic material, 3 Sizing System The coats trousers and shirts are available in both classic and athletic sizes. a Coats The coat sizes are related to the individual s chest waist and height measurements The. coats are available in sizes 30 52 with lengths of X Short XS Short S Regular R Long L and X Long. XL Refer to size Prediction Table Table I in Appendix A for available sizes. b Trousers The trouser sizes are related to the individual s waist measurement and height and are. available in one inch increments The trousers are available in sizes 30 52 with lengths of Short Regular. Long and X Long All trousers are labeled with waist size first immediately followed by the inseam. length Refer to size Prediction Table Table II in Appendix A for available sizes. c Shirts Short or Long Sleeve The short sleeve shirts are available in 1 2 inch neck size. increments from 13 1 2 through 18 1 2 inches with one sleeve length for all sizes The long sleeve shirt. is available in sleeve lengths of 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 and 38 39 with neck sizes in 1 2 inch. increments from 13 1 2 through 20 Refer to size Prediction Table Table III in Appendix A for available. d Necktie The necktie is one size fits all, e Beret The beret is provided with 1 8 inch size increments from size 6 3 8 through 8 1 4. Refer to Size Prediction Table Table IV in Appendix A for available sizes. f All Weather Coat The all weather coat is available in two inch size increments from size 30. through 52 and lengths X Short XS Short S Regular R Long L and X Long XL Refer to Size. Prediction Table Table V in Appendix A for available sizes. 4 General Fitting Procedures, 1 Subgarments Subgarments required for the fitting of the coat are cotton underwear dress.
shirt polyester wool trousers socks low quarter shoes belt and buckle. 2 Measurements The chest waist and height measurements are needed for selection of the. proper size and model try on garment, 3 Selection of Try On Garment Using the individual s chest waist and height measurements. refer to Table I in Appendix A for size prediction of initial try on size If the individual s measurements. are close to the minimum or maximum indicated on the size prediction table select two sizes for try on. For example if the individual s height is 5 feet 8 inches and his chest is 40 inches try the 40 short and 40. regular sizes,4 Alterations, a Collar Raising or lowering of the collar consists of ripping out the seams on the bottom of. the collar at the neckline repositioning the collar on the back of the coat to the desired height resewing. the collar and pressing Collars must not be raised or lowered over 1 4 inch. b Sleeves When lengthening or shortening the sleeves measure and mark each sleeve. individually One and one half inches of outlet material is provided for lengthening the. sleeves The gold soutache should be 3 inches from the bottom of the finished sleeve. c Side seams Taking in or letting out of the side seams should be done only after the next. larger or smaller size in either the classic or athletic cut has been tried on. d Button alignment Adjust button s on front to straighten their appearance as required. The front buttons may be repositioned 1 4 inch for further refinement of fit. e Hollow under neck due to very large shoulder muscles or prominent shoulder bone Let. out center seam of back 1 4 inch from the top of the center back seam to the waistline Try on both. classic and athletic sizes to determine best fit, f Decrease or increase where material permits chest by altering side seams and reshaping. armhole not to alter original appearance and not by moving buttons in the front. g Wrinkles at chest with tight armholes Let out center seam of the back from neck to center. back waistline The amount that neck increases at the center back shall be removed from the shoulder. seam at the neck Let out side seam of front to above the waistline. h Too much chest fullness due to flat chest Decrease front chest by taking in front. underarm side seam reshaping armhole in front and back. i Decrease excessive material or increase where material permits across the back by. adjusting center seam of back vent, j Decrease front overlap cut front edge of coat to give straight appearance Restitch seams. On fusible coats the excess material may be removed at the front side body seam. k Tack corner edge of top pockets as required,l Adjust button on shoulder loop.
m Increase left vent overlap where material permits. b Trousers, 1 Subgarments Subgarments required for fitting of trousers are cotton underwear shirt belt. and brass buckle cocks and low quarter shoes, 2 Measurements The waist seat and hem line measurements are needed for the selection of. the proper size and model try on garment, 3 Selection of Try On Garment Using the individual s waist seat and height measurements. refer to Table II in Appendix A for size prediction of initial try on size Trousers are to be fitted to the. seat Make sure the bottom of the waistband is on top of the hip bone 1 2 inch before measuring. and hemming trousers,4 Alterations, a Waist Alteration of the waist consists of opening the back seam where outlet material has. been provided and making necessary adjustments To avoid improper hanging or dislocated pockets the. waist adjustment must not be more than 1 1 2 inches. b Bottoms Measure and mark both trouser legs individually Hem trousers to be measured. length turning up the bottoms as marked If the proper length model has been selected no more than a. two inch turn up should be required Stitching must not be visible on the outside of the trouser. c Crotch Let out inseam at the back of the trousers and fill in hollow at the curve as much as. possible If the rise should be longer take off the fly and sink the crotch the required length Piece the. top of the fly Adjust the trouser length, d Seat Let out the outlet material inside the trouser at the seat Note that if the seat needs.
to be altered the crotch of the trousers must also be altered. c Shirts Short or Long Sleeve, 1 Subgarment The subgarment worn for try on is the cotton undershirt. 2 Measurements, a Neck Place the tape evenly but not snugly around the middle of the neck allowing 1 2. b Arm To obtain the full sleeve length direct the individual being fitted to raise his arm. parallel to the floor bending it at the elbow to form a right angle with the palm of his hand facing the. floor The arm is then measured from the center of the back parallel with the elbow along the arm. around to the lower part of the wrist bone, 3 Selection of Try On Garment Using the individuals neck chest and waist measurement to. determine the correct size for the short sleeve shirt and the neck chest waist and sleeve measurement. to determine the correct size for the long sleeve shirt try on refer to Table III in Appendix A for size. prediction of initial try on garment for men s classic and athletic Short and Long Sleeve Shirts. 4 Alterations, a Side Seams Size seams may be taken in Ease at waist will not be less than 1 1 4 inches at. each side seam, b Button Alignment Neck button may be moved but not more than 1 4 inch.
c Sleeves Shortening of the shirt sleeves is acceptable for the long sleeve shirt only Utilize. both buttons to obtain the concept of fit prior to altering sleeve length. d Necktie The necktie is a one size fits all, 1 Measurement Place tape snugly around the largest part of the head across the. forehead and over temples parallel to the ground, 2 Selection of try on size Use the individual s actual measurement and refer to size prediction. Table IV in Appendix A for size prediction of initial try on beret. 3 Alterations Altering of the beret is not authorized. f All Weather Coat, 1 Subgarments The subgarments for the chest measurement are the undershirt. and dress shirt The Army Service Uniform is worn as the subgarments for the all weather coat try on. 2 Measurements The chest and height measurement are needed to select try on size and. 3 Selection of Try On Garment Attach all weather coat liner for try on purposes Using the. individual s height and chest measurements refer to Size Prediction Table V in Appendix A for size. prediction of initial try on garment If the individual s measurements are close to the minimum or. maximum indicated on the size prediction table select two sizes for try on For example if the. individual s height is 5 feet 11 inches and his chest measurement is between 43 and 45 inches try on. both the 44 regular and 44 long to get the proper length garment If the individual s height is 5 feet 10. inches with a chest measurement of 43 inches try on both the 42 regular and 44 regular In either case. if the selected garment does not fit try on additional garments until the best fit is achieved prior to. BASIC FITTING GUIDE FOR ARMY SERVICE UNIFORMS ASU MEN WOMEN Program Manager Soldier Clothing and Individual Equipment June 2010 Table of Contents SECTION 1 Men Army Service Uniforms APPENDIX A Men Size Prediction Charts APPENDIX B NSNs for Men s Items SECTION 2 Women Army Service Uniforms APPENDIX C Women Size Prediction Charts APPENDIX D NSNs for Women s

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