First, the outside and inside.
Pocket inside the left breast. If it's not obvious from the picture, it closes at the top with Velcro.
Manufacturer's label, showing the size and fabric makeup of 80/20 cotton/polyester.
Left sleeve pocket. I am assuming that what looks like a button hole is really so you can dummy cord a compass to it.
And finally, the importer's sticker.
It's well made of good quality fabric. The sewing is neat without a bunch of excess threads. This was sold by CFS as an "XL" and that seems pretty true to size although the bigger guys may find the sleeves too short. I wear a 34" sleeve in dress shirts and they are just right for me, however. There is room for layering a fleece or sweater under the smock. I am 5'6" tall and the bottom hem of the smock falls right above my knees, so it'll provide good coverage. The hood is sized so it'll fit comfortably over a cap, without being huge. There are two chest pockets which snap shut and two lower pockets closed with zippers. The left chest pocket has pencil/pen loops sewn into it.
This parka is a German equivalent to the British windproof or SAS smocks, but priced far less, at $25 + shipping. The camouflage pattern works very well in the woods of the northeastern US. I'm looking forward to getting a lot of use out of this jacket.