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“Apache Indians roamed Cochise County and the land that is now the Chiricahua National Monument. They called it the “land of the standing up rocks.” Apaches were famously involved in the “Indian Wars” of the 1860’s and 1870’s. Apache chief Cochise was a prominent leader of the Chiricahuas and widely feared for his settlement raids of the mid-18th century. Upon Cochise’s death, he was secretly buried in the Dragoon Mountains. The exact location was never revealed. Now part of the Coronado National Forest, Cochise Stronghold, where the fearless leader and more than 200 of his men hid out, is an awe-inspiring series of boulder-filled canyons”. Autentico Cochise County mirrored images; both face forward or toward you when you peruse this jacket. Waist length heavy drum dyed leather with zip out liner. Cochise County covers 6,219 miles and runs from the lower desert to the mountains. Jacket with liner and sweater will get you to the 20 degree level while zip out and cotton shirt insures you can wear it to the high 70 degree mark no problem. Full blackout; black-out snaps, all zippers YKK Extreme “Blackout”. Duty belt could be worn over the jacket thru the four duty belt flush fit leather loops/holds or worn on pants (outside of jacket) either or. Belt snaps front and rear, expandable waste, bi-swing back, weather proof with wind flap/shield under front zipper, two exterior zipped slash pockets with one large interior left side pocket. Collar stands and top snaps with wind flap which insures wind proof comfort in freezing mountain climes.
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