This is the Trophy Clothing black reinterpretation of the U.S. coach jacket; a recognised classic, timeless garment. With the pointed collar and snap-up front buttons, the coach jacket has inspired streetwear and heritage clothing companies. It was initially born in the '60s in the U.S., and its 60/40 fabric features this Trophy Clothing version.
Developed in the U.S. during the 1950s and still manufactured today, 60/40 fabric is a combination of 60% cotton and 40% nylon. The cotton and nylon fibres are woven perpendicular to each other into a dense material that increases in density when wet, helping to further repel water and wind. In dry conditions, the fabric is exceptionally breathable, perfect for vigorous outdoor activities.
Extremely durable, jackets made out of 60/40 fabric have been known to last a lifetime of outdoor punishment.
The lining is soft brushed cotton in a contrasting brown colour, giving the jacket a unique aspect and a soft and warm feel.
The jacket has a lot of superior-quality details such as YKK Permex® snap-up buttons, folding chin straps, upward pockets, drawcords and velcro cuffs.
The silhouette is a street style cut with a moderate room.
With durability as the prime objective and under the slogan of “Satisfaction Guaranteed”, the garments produced by Trophy Clothing are made from resilient materials and each one of their elements, from the fabrics to the very last button, are made in Japan according to Japanese artisan textile tradition. Trophy Clothing follows no fashions; it only aims for timeless pieces that will last the highest possible number of years.
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