Upcycled Denim Liner Jacket

East/West Shop
Out of stock
Sustainable Stuff
$ 280.00
Based off US military liner jackets - this flyaway cardigan style jacket is made from vintage 1960's and 70's Wrangler reverse broken twill.  It's so soft and worn in with oversized pockets making it super comfortable.   Construction is based off a liner jacket which means this style has 'vents' in...

Based off US military liner jackets - this flyaway cardigan style jacket is made from vintage 1960's and 70's Wrangler reverse broken twill.  It's so soft and worn in with oversized pockets making it super comfortable.  

Construction is based off a liner jacket which means this style has 'vents' in the armpits to keep you cool.  It can also be worn with your arms through the armpits for a cool modern vest look.  The construction is 'inside out' with exposed seams. 

Size M-L - 22" Chest, 28" Body Length 

Made in USA

Jade typically wears XS/S

 

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