MILITARY BACKSATIN J.L. UTILITY SHIRT, Olive
J.L. UTILITY SHIRT" was first released in 2009 and has since become a representative item of marka.
The "OG-107 Utility Shirt" was used by the U.S. military from 1950 to the late 1970s. This is one of the later models with the cuffs changed to cuffed sleeves.
It has a distinctive patch, but John Lennon wore this shirt at the "One to One Concert," a charity event held at New York's Madison Square Garden in 1972, as an anti-war statement, and we have reproduced it.
UTILITY SHIRT" is also famous as the shirt that John Lennon wore to a charity concert in 1972.
The right breast pocket bears the name of an actual soldier, "REINHARDT," and the "IMJIN SCOUTS" patch indicates that he was engaged in patrolling the DMZ (Demilitarized Neutral Zone).
It is such a historical item, but since it is made in a relaxed fit like marka, it can be worn
Item No.: M23F-33SH01C
Item name: MILITARY BACKSATIN ARK J.L. UTILITY SHIRT
Made of sulfide-dyed back satin.
The tightly woven back satin gives it just the right amount of firmness and fleshiness, making it possible to wear it as a light outer garment.
By applying the "sulfide dyeing" process, which allows the garment to change over time, it gradually develops a vintage wear-like atmosphere with color fading and partial biting as it is worn over and over.
In addition, the "ball bio treatment" breaks up the firmness of the fabric and makes it softer, reducing the stiffness and making the fabric more comfortable to the body.