JOHN LOFGREN BOOTMAKER
ZIP THROUGH MOJAVE SMOCK
MADE IN JAPAN
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Lot No. LJ-015-TIGER
This model is a front-opening smock that was operated by a US Navy gunner in the late 1940s and adopted a tiger duck pattern.
■ Smock operated by US Navy gunners in the late 1940s was diverted by hot rod race racers as a functional racing jacket after World War II.
Named after the Mojave Desert in California, where hot rod racing was once held.
■ It is called a tiger duck, and it is a duck pattern adopted by the Marine Corps of the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam) at the end of the 1950s. It is said.
A moderately thick cotton fabric, this smock can be worn as an outerwear in the spring and autumn and under a loose coat in the winter.
■ Since the silhouette was originally a pullover type, it is a box silhouette with plenty of shoulder width and width.
■ The hood, cuffs, and hem have drawcords, so you can squeeze them and wear them.It features two flap pockets at a higher position.
■ It goes without saying that it is of high quality because it is supervised by "John Lofgren", a designer of boots makers who are familiar with vintage.It is also recommended for vintage lovers.
■ Washed products
Color: TIGER CAMO
Country of production: Japan
Model wearing size: L / 40 Height 175cm Weight 72kg
The tops of all brand products are L / 40 size.This product is also L / 40 size as usual and is a perfect fit.
The bottom is wearing W32 inches.Please refer to it.
[Reference example of size]
・ Staff A: Choose XL with a height of 180 cm and a weight of 82 kg.
・ Staff B: Select height 168 cm and weight 60 kg M.
* The size is the actual size, but since it is a washed product, there may be some individual differences. It is just a suggestion.