The M-1965 (or M65), more commonly known as the Field Jacket, was designed by the US Army in 1965 to protect soldiers from sudden climate changes due to the monsoon seasons during the Vietnam War. Made of water-repellent fabrics, it features four triple-stitched pockets (two on the sides and two on the chest), Velcro closures on the cuffs and a hood integrated into the collar.

The M-65 is a fashion icon as well as a star jacket, as evidenced by its appearance in several successful films including Taxi Driver, Run all Night, Serpico and Rambo