Coveralls Men's Black Army Pattern
Coveralls Men's Black Army Pattern
A set of Coveralls Men's Black Army Pattern[1]
Type: Coveralls
Designation: Unknown
Place of origin: United Kingdom
Produced: At least 1970s-???
Manufacturer(s): Unknown
Material(s): 65% polyester, 35% cotton[2]
Evolved from: Unknown
Evolved into: Unknown
Used by: SAS
Wars: Iranian Embassy siege
The Coveralls Men's Black Army Pattern also known as Boiler Suit is a coveralls of British origin.[3][4][5]


Coveralls Men's Black Army Pattern are black coveralls for special operations. They are made of a mix of 65% polyester and 35% cotton. The suit has one chest pocket on the left side, one thigh pocket on the left side and two slashed pass through waist pockets for easy access. The chest and thigh pockets utilize press stud closure. The suit is also fastened by press stud buttons and has press stud shoulder boards. The cuffs are also adjustable via press stud buttons. There are pullstrings inside for waist adjustment.


The boiler suit was produced in the United Kingdom at least from the 1970 for special operations and anti-terrorism units. It was used by the SAS during the Iranian Embassy siege in 1980.



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