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Soviet Navy / Naval Infantry telnyashka long- sleeved striped pullover shirt with black stripes.

In 100% cotton; comfortable, stretchy double knit. Unlike the cheap imitations, the stripes are woven, not printed, and they are as intensely black in the inside as they are on the out. Currently made in Russia but virtually indistinguishable from Soviet era shirts.

New, unissued condition. They have easily removable paper tags.

We have the following Russian Military size currently in stock (please specify the size when ordering online):

(1) SIZE: MEN'S SMALL (Russian size 44-46)

Measures approximately 36" under arms around the fullest

In 100% cotton; comfortable, stretchy double knit. Unlike the cheap imitations, the stripes are woven, not printed, and they are as intensely black in the inside as they are on the out. Currently made in Russia but virtually indistinguishable from Soviet era shirts.

New, unissued condition. They have easily removable paper tags.

We have the following Russian Military size currently in stock (please specify the size when ordering online):

(1) SIZE: MEN'S SMALL (Russian size 44-46)

Measures approximately 36" under arms around the fullest part of the chest. The sleeves on these seem to average about 21" in length from shoulder seam to "cuff".

(2) SIZE: MEN'S SMALL / MEDIUM (Russian size 48- 50)

Measures approximately 38" under arms around the fullest part of the chest. The sleeves on these seem to average about 21.5" in length from shoulder seam to "cuff".

(3) SIZE: MEN'S MEDIUM (Russian size 52-54)

Measures approximately 40" under arms around the fullest part of the chest. The sleeves on these seem to average about 22" in length from shoulder seam to "cuff". Please remember: these are always worn very close- fitting (much tighter than in our photograph!), so expect your new shirt to have a very snug fit!

As worn by the famed Soviet Morskaya Pekhota (marine infantry), the tel'nyashka and the "Donald Duck" sailor's cap were usually the only things that distinguished a naval infantrymen from the other ground forces, as all other equipment and uniforms were the same.

/See "Red Army Uniforms 1918 -1945 in Color Photographs", by Shalito et al, page 151. /
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