Joint Service Lightweight Integrated Suit Technology (JSLIST) Charts
The Joint Service Lightweight Integrated Suit Technology (JSLIST) ensemble is a set of overgarments that provide protection against chemical and biological agents, radioactive fallout particles, and battlefield contaminants. JSLIST coat and trousers are available in eleven sizes and have the advantage of being split-issue, allowing servicemembers to, for instance, mix a large coat with extra large pants. The charts on this page provide a guide to the sizes and corresponding National Stock Numbers (NSNs).
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Joint Service Lightweight Integrated Suit Technology (JSLIST) Size Guide
This guide gives the approximate body measurements corresponding to the eleven sizes of JSLIST garments. Look up your JSLIST size separately for the coat and for the trousers -- they don't have to be the same.
Joint Service Lightweight Integrated Suit Technology (JSLIST) NSN Guide
This chart provides all the National Stock Numbers (NSNs) for the eleven sizes of the JSLIST coat and trousers for the range of camouflage patterns and colors available. Where SOF is indicated, the camouflage pattern has been approved for use by Special Operations Forces.
Determine your size separately for the Coat and Trousers using the charts above. You do not have to be the same size for both Coat and Trousers, making it easier to get a good fit. The combination of size and camo preference gives you the NSN you need to order from your supply point. It is possible to order custom sizes if no standard size combination provides an adequate fit.
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