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COACH JACKET
COACH JACKET
COACH JACKET
COACH JACKET
COACH JACKET
COACH JACKET
COACH JACKET
COACH JACKET
COACH JACKET
COACH JACKET
COACH JACKET
COACH JACKET

COWDEN

COACH JACKET

¥16,280 ¥8,140

Reference: CD-1D-BZ-002

It is like COWDEN which is good at workwearIt is a coach jacket.
While leaving a simple and solid coach jacket-like design, it is a gem that sticks to practicality, such as adding functionality with a water-repellent fabric and lining that enhances cold resistance even if it is thin.
Recommended for coordinating the big silhouette at this time.
It is also convenient for layering with thick inners.


Table: NYLON 100%
Lining: POLYETTER 100%

MADE IN CHINA


Length: M/62cm, L/64cm
Width: M/72cm, L/74cm
Sleeve length: M/62cm, L/64cm
Shoulder width: M/50cm, L/52cm



What is COWDEN?
In the 1950s, as one of the independent brands in the United States, it mainly developed workwear such as coveralls and overalls.
COWDEN's history was absorbed into THE INTERNATIONAL SHOE Company in 1966 with BIGYANK and Campus, and has since been under the umbrella of BIG YANK LLC in NEW JERSEY.
From the connection with International Shoe Company, which worked on U.S.NAVI service shoes, and big YANK, a historical workwear company, you can get a glimpse of THE HISTORY of COWDEN, which is a little different from the major department store chain store brands in the United States.
Based on the pursuit of functionality as workwear from the beginning, each item has an identity as workwear, but the sophisticated, simple and functional design is a feature of OWDEN.
COWDEN's products are workwear that expresses the charm of the people who still wear them through the universal concept that never changes.