The M-1950 field jacket ensemble is made up of a shell and a detachable mohair frieze liner which is attached inside the shell for extra warmth.
The snow camouflge mitten shells are used as the handwear camouflage cover when worn over the trigger finger mitten shells, and arctic mitten set in snow environments.
The M-1950 snow camouflage parka is intended for wear as an outer garment to provide camouflage in snow areas. The parka is intended for camouflage only and is not a substitute for outer garment.
The M-1950 trouser suspenders are to be used with trousers having suspender loops.
The M-1950 snow camouflage trousers are intended for wear as an outer garment to provide camouflage in snow areas.
The M-1950 winter underwear serves as inner layer in cold-wet and cold-dry climate.
Military specification MIL-D-10212 covers M1950 winter drawers.
Military specification MIL-J-10919 covers M-1950 field jacket.
Military specification MIL-J-843 initially covered a modified version of the M-1943 field jacket, and then the M-1950 field jacket.
Military specification MIL-L-10800 covers a mohair frieze liner for the M-1950 field jacket.
Military specification MIL-M-2418 covers one type and size of white mitten shells.
Military specification MIL-P-10809 covers a snow camouflage parka made from white quarpel treated cotton/nylon oxford cloth.
Military Specification MIL-S-10926 covers elastic webbing suspenders.
Military specification MIL-T-2027 covers snow camouflage trousers.
Military specification MIL-U-10211 covers M1950 winter undershirt.