M65 field jacket is a field jacket created by the US Army in 1965. It was popular during Vietnam War, issued to troops. After the war, military surplus stores were flooded with used M65 jackets and it became street fashion. The jacket has a hood that can be hidden inside a pouch on the back of the jacket through a zipper located in the jacket's collar. The jacket is fastened with a zipper, covered by a flap with snap buttons. The sleeves have velcro fasteners to tighten them up. It has 4 outer pockets and no inner pockets. The jacket comes with a button-on liner for cold-weather. The fabric is somewhat water-repellent but not waterproof. However, it dries pretty fast if it gets wet.
They are extremely cool and keep you warm.