Cotton Nylon Oxford M-65 Short, Olive
A M-65 Field Jacket, arranged with a wide build and short length. Removing the waist pockets to match its shorter length, in exchange the jacket’s design is accented by a large chest pocket. Being able to reach into the pocket from the sides, this pocket can also serve as a hand warmer.
Created with a removable liner, with a layered design that has it extending from the hem. As it also contains a front zipper and ribbed sleeves, the liner itself can be worn on its own.
‘I want to incorporate and coordinate rugged military items into more sophisticated outfits’. For such a mood in the present - this short blouson is a perfect match.
On top of a cleanly coordinated outfit of wool trousers and a shirt, one can enjoy changing up their look by wearing this piece in place of a coat.
As the outer shell and liner can be worn separately, in early spring the outer shell can be worn over a cut-and-sew top as a light outer. In cold weather, the liner itself can be used as a quilted jacket, or underneath another outer piece as an inner layer. An attractive piece for its wide range of applications across a similarly wide variety of different coordinated outfits.
70% COTTON 30% NYLON
An Oxford, created by interweaving a cotton warp and nylon weft. With a peach-finished surface, it is built with a smooth touch.
Its liner uses Thinsulate - a highly functional, cotton material.