Founded in 1999 by Japanese designer Daiki Suzuki, New York City-based Engineered Garments transforms a hunting-inspired vest into a piece for everyday wear. Released in two colorways, the Double Cloth Game Vest offers both function and style.
Available in Chestnut corduroy and Olive, the game vests are constructed with front zip plackets and button tab fastenings, complete with chest and hand pockets. Internal front tie cords give the vests stylish detailing. For a deconstructed look, a nylon taffeta gaiter hem is stored inside the garment, which can be extended at the bottom to elongate the vest. The gaiter hem, along with different fastenings and zippers, allows for the vest’s versatility, turning a traditional hunting vest silhouette into a fashionable piece.
The Double Cloth Game Vest in Chestnut and Olive is available now on HAVEN’s website for $500 CAD (approx. $380 USD).
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