FDMTL Reinterprets the Timeless MA-1 Flight Jacket

East meets West.

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Japanese modern denim label FDMTL continues its innovative approach to denim by incorporating heavy repair detailing across classic designs. This time, the brand reconstructs the MA-1 Jacket by fusing traditional Japanese design and modern fabrication together to create an indigo brushed cotton body — resulting in a striking sashiko-inspired sleeve pattern made using reflective ink. Featuring a 3M Thinsulate insulation which regulates body temperature and locks in heat retention for the colder days, the indigo-dyed body will fade with wear and exposure to sunlight.

Available for $585 USD, the FDMTL Reflective MA-1 Jacket in Indigo is now on Blue Owl for purchase.

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