MIL good online uniform order?

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  1. bigfodee

    bigfodee Active Member

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    i need to order my dress blue jacket and the stores i found through google charge up the ass. any ideas?
     
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    I would think the MCSS store on base would be your best bet, that way you know you are getting the real thing and the correct size. http://www.aafes.com/millife.htm It looks like you might even be able to order online .
     
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    good man, thanks a lot
     
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    kidhero not really a hero, really just a big fat phony

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    i would tell you but only after my auction is done.
     
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    i don trust that ebay militarystore shit
     
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    kidhero not really a hero, really just a big fat phony

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    a lot of marines that get discharged, retire, or outgrown their shit sell on ebay. stay away from the military "rag stores" and pick the right auction. there's also two types of dress blues, the older one with more wool and the newer one with less wool. i bought a gunny's dress blues and it was in pristine condition and it was only 40 bucks but i've outgrown it and am now looking at a discharged corporal's
     
  8. evan2

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    there is a Kellac.com or something like that
    they sell uniforms great for BDUS becuase they use a different material that the Honor guard uses, the inside is a cotton and its soft and makes pressing them easy if you do it yourself
    but i found that the dry cleaners can never get it right..

    they are super dark too and really hold thier color.. i put the order and got it prettty quick

    they even sew on patches and name tags.. as logn as they have yours
    mostly just your majcom.. I had to get my unit one
     
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