Flag Patch Down Jacket in Green
Flag Patch Down Jacket in Green
Flag Patch Down Jacket in Green
Flag Patch Down Jacket in Green
Flag Patch Down Jacket in Green
Flag Patch Down Jacket in Green
Flag Patch Down Jacket in Green
Flag Patch Down Jacket in Green
Flag Patch Down Jacket in Green
Flag Patch Down Jacket in Green
Flag Patch Down Jacket in Green
Flag Patch Down Jacket in Green
Flag Patch Down Jacket in Green
Flag Patch Down Jacket in Green
Flag Patch Down Jacket in Green
Flag Patch Down Jacket in Green

Flag Patch Down Jacket in Green

Readymade

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Puffer reworked jacket in green and black.

  • Oversized fit.
  • Stand collar with removeable hood and snap button closure featuring adjustable drawstring in orange.
  • Logo at chest.
  • Flag patches at chest.
  • Hook and loop adjustable cuffs.
  • Two-way zip closure at front.
  • Welt pockets at waist.
  • Fully lined with zip pocket at interior.
  • Drawstring and toggle adjustable hem at interior.
  • Silver-tone hardware.
  • 100% vintage cotton.
  • Made in Japan.
  • *Due to the vintage nature of the materials used no two items are exactly alike. Item may not be exactly as shown.

Started in 2013 by Yuta Hosokawa, Osaka-based label READYMADE takes vintage military tent and duffle bag fabrics and re-works them into modern, one-of-a-kind outerwear and accessories. With an overarching theme of “world peace”, Hosokawa uses the original military material in a way that causes both the viewer and the wearer to think about the juxtaposition of violence and high fashion in times of peace. All military fabric used is vintage or deadstock cotton, often stenciled with the names and serial numbers of the original owner, ensuring that no two pieces are alike.

READYMADE

Started in 2013 by Yuta Hosokawa, Osaka-based label READYMADE takes vintage military tent and duffle bag fabrics and re-works them into modern, one-of-a-kind outerwear and accessories. With an overarching theme of “world peace”, Hosokawa uses the original military material in a way that causes both the viewer and the wearer to think about the juxtaposition of violence and high fashion in times of peace. All military fabric is used vintage or deadstock cotton, often stenciled with the names and serial numbers of the original owner, ensuring that no two pieces are alike.

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