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Grammar Jacket Grey Herringbone

Grammar Jacket Grey Herringbone

Regular price $325.00
Regular price $800.00 Sale price $325.00
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The Grammar Jacket is a modified G-1 Naval Flight jacket with raglan sleeves, an open body fit, with ample storage.  Features include two oversized front storage pockets, two single welt hand pockets, a single stash bag pocket below and then a hidden vertical zip storage pocket on the chest.  We used an M8 matte black zipper from YKK for the main and a 4M zipper matte black for the chest pocket.  Also added is a Cobrax Zero Snap, from Switzerland, for the lower stash bag pocket.  

This jacket is made from 100% wool woven in Osaka, Japan.  Undeniably beautiful and unique with a grayish blue undertone.  This jacket is fully lined with a black technical liner for total comfort and finished with chunky weight ribbing at the cuff and bottom hem.

This jacket was sewn from start to finish by one master sewer in Los Angeles, California.

Professional Dry Clean Only

***Sleeve Measurement from Center Back

New to the line is the Station Jacket.  The Station is a relaxed fitting second layer designed for simplicity.  Based off of old garage style jackets from the 1950s, this jacket is a hair wider and a hair shorter to sit just at the belt line.  Two large welt front hand pockets and a single flat chest pocket placed on the front for a level of minimalism but still maintain all the storage needs and versatility needed in a current garment.   

We used a heavy gauge polished nickel zipper from Talon for the front and a toggle zipper pull for the chest.  This jacket is fully lined and extremely comfortable and mobile.  The outer shell is a bottom weight 100% cotton twill from Japan.  We used a silicone wash to make this jacket broken in and soft from the start.  Custom engraved chorizo buttons for the cuffs

This garment is prewashed.  We recommend wash on cool and dry on low temperature to ensure no alteration.

This jacket was sewn from start to finish by one master sewer in Los Angeles, California.

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