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If you don’t like this Overlander Field Jacket from Stevenson Overall Co., I don’t like you. I bet you push mongo when you ride a skateboard, you fucking everyday pleb. I apologize for coming at you all aggro, but camouflage clothing makes me confrontational, due to its copious connotations of conflict. Alliteration is fun. This jacket is inspired by the M-38 “Parson’s” Jacket, an antecedent to the M1941 Field Jacket, so stash that little tidbit somewhere in your hippocampus, until the next time it comes up on Jeopardy. Shout to all my readers who do World War II reenactments, which may actually be none of you. I have no idea who any of you are. Except for you, Tim, you son of a bitch. There is no Tim. Unless you’re reading this and your name happens to be Tim. In that case, there is a Tim (you). Welcome to the +TTAG Blog, Tim. Glad to have you with us (whoever we are). Now, Tim, you can tell this particular field jacket is going to be certified fire, because it’s made in the home of authentic reproduction United States military wear: the State of Japan -- Nippon-koku, to the homies. Are you one of the homies, Tim? If so, congratulations. It’s good times, being one of the homies. If not, then you need to step up your game big time, Tim. Oh no, do you push mongo? Tell me you don’t push mongo, dawg. You’re breaking my heart, Tim. It’s like I don’t even know you. This is such a bummer. I had plans for us, dawg. It’s going to take a lot of work for us to get back to where we were, but I believe deep down in my aorta that we’ll get there eventually. Tell you what, Tim: stick around and maybe, one day, if you’re really lucky, I’ll teach you how to push regular -RB
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