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Actually it’s a different type of [smock](http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/attachments/uniforms/273426d1323011238-postwar-british-windproof-smock-sas-foh1.jpg). I guess I should have added a picture of it. It was issued to almost all units in small numbers for snipers, recce dets, or in the case of foul weather. They came in 4 (supposed) patterns: camouflage, khaki, white, and green (the jury seems to be still out on that one). Later on in the Second World War, you begin to see lot of British and Canadian troops wearing them in Germany and Holland. Possibly due to the poor weather, or because they had more goodies to trade for one.