Hood for jacket and/or sleeping bag

Maker
Snowline
Production date
1960s
Description
Olive green quilted wind-proof and down-proof fabric balaclava style hood with down padding. Front has hole for face with draw-cord and front extension which comes down onto chest. Rear has green webbing reinforcing fabric under domes. Domes fasten the hood onto the rear collar of an extreme cold weather (ECW) jacket. The hood can also be attached to domes on a Snowline brand sleeping bag to form a hood over the head when using the bag outside. Handsewn label on rear webbing tape reads "N Hamilton - Snowline St Asaph Street. ChCh NZ".
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Production role
Maker
Measurements
Dimensions L x W: 500 x 475mm
Associated person
Other id
1521
Accession number
2009.37.5

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