FATIGUE SHIRT JACKET
The Fatigue Shirt Jacket is modeled after classic OG-107 and OG-507 fatigues, which were first designed for the US Army in 1952. It features a button-down front, button-down exterior pockets, and a casual, straight-fit silhouette that’s both lowkey and instantly recognizable. Like the OG-507, this shirt jacket is made of a cotton-polyester blend that’s resistant to wear and fading.
Being a lightweight outer layer, the Fatigue Shirt Jacket is perfect for layering and mixing with a wide range of wardrobe pieces.
As temperatures cool, you’ll want a functional mid-layer that’s versatile and lightweight. This reversible, water-resistant Quilted Liner features an onion-quilted shell that can withstand a wide range of weather conditions. This piece was inspired by the field coat liners that were first introduced as part of the M-65 uniform design, issued to the U.S. Army in 1965.
Like the original, this liner works well under a larger coat or on its own. Plus it’s reversible, so you get the benefit of wearing the quilting on the inside.