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Made in the United States
Introducing an exclusive collaborative piece between Epaulet & Jeremy Dean. This crucial jacket is a military-styled variant of the Doyle which works brilliantly with both casual and biz-caz looks.
The 100% cotton sateen fabric is absolutely stunning, and a perfect shade of olive drab. It's woven in Japan and designed as a reproduction of the cloth used in Vietnam-era US army jackets. It has a comfortable four season weight, a soft hand, and a very cool slubby texture when examined up close. Jeremy Dean's rad gradient-toned graphic is screen printed on the left-hand interior of the jacket. 75 units were produced.
Our friend Jeremy Dean is a artist and designer from Philadelphia, PA. We absolutely love his wavy mashups of old-school punk and hardcore motifs. He's worked with clients such as the Rolling Stones, Dead & Company, John Mayer, Mark McNairy, House Industries, Youngblood Records and Coachella. He runs a small t-shirt project called DES, and is best known for his "Wonders of" t-shirts. He also makes zines under the name The Hardcore Archaeologist.
Sizing on this piece is identical to the Doyle. The Fatigue jacket has four button flap pockets on the front, functional single-button cuffs, a single vented back, and Japanese chambray piping on its interior seams.
Measurements & Sizing
"Note: All measurements are shown in inches. For the Fatigue jacket, "Chest" is measured from one seam under the armpit to the other. "Shoulder" is measured from one shoulder seam to the other, on the rear of the shirt. "Sleeve" is measured from the shoulder seam to the end of the sleeve. "Length" is measured from the base of the collar (where it attaches to the jacket body) to the bottom of the tail.
FATIGUE JACKET SIZE CHART