WWII Pajama Coat
If you were going to leave home and cross the Atlantic and fight terrible battles all across Western Europe...
And if you were injured and—somehow, through a stroke of luck—managed to survive…
And if you got packed off to recuperate in a convalescent hospital in the Zone of Interior...
Then it would feel awfully nice to slip into this flannel twill pajama jacket.
A not-inconsequential measure of comfort.
It works just the same now.
WWII Pajama Coat (No. 6721). Heathered cotton flannel twill pajama jacket that’s as comfortable as you would expect. Even more, quite likely. Made from the standard fabric in use for convalescent PJs in medical centers through the winters in the European theater. Long sleeve. Band collar. White ornamental flat braid and round buttons. One chest pocket. Curved placket. Imported.