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40S ENGINEER COAT MOLESKIN
40S ENGINEER COAT MOLESKIN
40S ENGINEER COAT MOLESKIN
40S ENGINEER COAT MOLESKIN
40S ENGINEER COAT MOLESKIN

Nigel Cabourn

40S ENGINEER COAT MOLESKIN

¥59,400

Product number: 80430000000

Design based on a vintage British engineer coat

Long-term use The greatest feature of high-quality moleskin is that it adds a unique atmosphere and texture, and transforms it into your own one-of-a-kind outfit in the world.
The fabric is brushed on the back of the moleskin, and this complex process is the reason why the unique soft feel and firm rigidity coexist.
It can be said that Nigel, who is also a vintage collector, is full of good parts that pay attention to the details, materials and parts of the time.
Enjoy the change over time.

One side of the hemp string attached to the waist is passed through the hole on the inside of the left side and wrapped around it.
When you put it on without closing the front, there is a pocket in the inner pocket where you can store the belt.



COLLECTION: 2021AW
SEX: MAN
LINE: MAIN

LINEN 100%

MADE IN JAPAN


Length: 48/118 cm, 50/119.5 cm
Width: 48/65.2 cm, 50 /67.5 cm
Sleeve length: 48/87.5 cm, 50/89.8 cm



About Nigel Cabourn
A British designer who is a world-famous collector of vintage military, workwear and outdoor wear. Collection of Nigel Cabourn.
Inspired by the vintage collection of over 4,000 items that he has collected over the past 30 years, his collection is timeless and reborn.
It is very distinctive that Nigel himself divides his own designs into British production (authentic line) and Japan production (main line).
For the former, we mainly use British-origin materials such as Harris Tweed and Ventile, and items that are produced in Mackintosh factories and Scottish knit factories. By sorting out items that utilize dyeing and processing techniques that cannot be realized, we create a collection that cannot be found anywhere else.