Bridging heritage design traits with modern materials, Maiden Noir presents its latest military-inspired piece simply dubbed the Beige Camo Military Field Jacket made with 100% Japanese woven cotton. Combining two popular military issued classics, the large collar and hood is borrowed from the first parka used in 1951 by the United States Army during the Korean War. Additionally, its straight lines and multi-pocket front can be attributed to the menswear favorite M65 field jacket. Furthermore, the Seattle-based clothier adds leather-reinforced drawstring hood adjustments, raglan cut sleeves, interior buttons for liner attachment capabilities, drawstring adjustable waist and a light camouflage print that’ll blend perfectly with the winter snow. This piece is currently available through Canadian retailer HAVEN for $496 CAD (approximately $500 USD).
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