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"I ordered the Navy Dress Blue cracker jacks. I was pleasantly surprised when I received them. I do know what the WWII issue melton wools were like because I wore my dad''s from WWII in the 80''s when I was on liberty (XO let me because of the history behind them.).They appear to run true to size for the originals from the way these fit. These are the same color and same texture as the WWII ones I had. They are a lighter weight wool, but I prefer that, as the originals could get really warm in the summer.Stitching appears to be well done. Piping is straight and a bright white. The top is cut in slightly at the bottom of the ribs for somewhat of a tailored look so the jumper doesn''t hang straight and make you look fat. Very nice.My only wish criticism is that the trouser legs are too straight. There''s plenty of material to have the legs taken in between the crotch and the knee so you can have them altered to get the bell bottom look. Everything else about the trousers was perfect.Delivery was amazingly fast considering where they came from.Overall, these are a great buy at an excellent price. I''d give them an 8.5 out of 10 only because of the straight trouser legs."
"WPG militaria asks its customers for reviews butdeletes any review that does not fawn over its (shoddy) products. WPG asked me for feedback, I generously gave it an honest review for its poor quality item. It deleted my review and only shows the 'kiss ass' comments. That dishonest approach to marketing, is a warning to any customer thinking of doing business with WPG. I learned the hard way that its goods are shoddy and very very bad value. Do not get ripped off. Avoid WPG. I will in future."
"What Price Glory (WPG)... a fine purveyor of vintage militaria, apt in name and serious about their wares.I stumbled upon them a little over several years ago, and have been a satisfied, intermittent customer since. It's quality World War II stuff--with a sizable chunk of WWI articles and what have you--guaranteed to fulfill a myriad needs in this realm. (It seems as though if re-enactors are the majority market.) Authenticity and a retro look aren't all you can get out of a purchase; there's also the added benefit of functionality--being military gear in design, granting the degree of ruggedness varies with age and individual use. However, most items are in excellent condition. WPG does stock up on items made in this century, too, but it's usually fashioned in the style of another era. They might branch out into many other things with time.Given that so much of what they offer *isn't* found in random, "anything goes" surplus dumping grounds, prices are a tossup if they aren't already in the Very-High-Yet-Affordable-If-You-NEED-It range. (One could possibly use the individual item's list of customer reviews to gauge popularity, alongside the number of times the stock number reaches "0".) If there's a sale, it might be negated by the shipping rate, but sometimes you do manage to get a great deal; just always be on the lookout and subscribe to the item-stock mailing list. It's better than a ludicrous bidding war on ebay.Although my dealings with customer service are ancient (it was the frazzled owner by his lonesome), Jerry Lee's employed many folks since then, and is ensconced in matters regarding (apparent) massive business expansion and logistics centralization. My last order required international shipping since it came from Dubai... I'm guessing that's why the S&H fee was so friggin' high--the packaging sure didn't warrant that kind of money.Nonetheless... if you're looking for high quality, vintage military wares or have money to blow, just ask yourself, "What Price Glory?"Highly recommended."