A cold weather hunting coat developed with a unique interpretation while crossing three types: the American hunting coat of the 1960s, the French hunting coat of the same era, and the British military rubberized coat. The long vest (sold separately) can be attached to the liner. The fabric is the first in Japan to be authorized as a regular production factory for military uniform fabrics, and after the war Japan Self-Defense Forces and the Japan Coast Guard have been supplying "water resistant clothing" to the factory for a long time. By using 100% Giza cotton from Egypt and increasing the number of stitches to the limit, the fibers expand when the fabric is soaked in water, making it a "super water repellent" fabric that makes it impermeable to water. It is a mysterious item that creates shadows in a three-dimensional pattern because it is a two-color fabric with a subtle color scheme that changes the color of the weft. ⠀
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