Yes, more awesome Czech M1995 camo, in the form of a Field Jacket/Parka. You be the judge of the "correct" nomenclature, but either way, it's longer than a field jacket, but about the same weight so I will just call it a field jacket. Made of a 50/50 Cotton/Poly blend, these are built TOUGH yet very comfortable. These are parka length for the most part, so expect the bottom of the jacket to be lower than a "normal" jacket.
ANYWAY. These are cut very big to be worn over a uniform, or probably in your case, a sweatshirt. I have them sized so you will have a bit of extra room for layering. This jacket also features drawstrings, so even if it's a bit loose, you can cinch up the waist and bottom. These are all-around GREAT jackets, so great that I even had to keep one for myself for Fall weather.
NOTES: These are all used, so expect fading, small rips/tears, field repairs, and other use concurrent with military surplus clothing. On some of these, the zipper tab is broken off, but the zipper will still function. If you get one that's like that, don't panic, it's an easy fix. Either use Paracord guts or wire, thread it through the hole, and voila, a common field repair. That being said, most do have the tabs, but there are enough that don't to make it worth mentioning. Some will have hoods, but most do not. Because of this, expect just the jacket, and be pleasantly surprised if/when you get a hood with it. A LOT to type, but I try to be transparent about things to avoid unpleasant surprises.