The Japanese menswear line, Nonnative, shows us there take on the classic hunters tweed jacket. “According to brand director Satoshi Saffen, the brand works closely with each factory to ensure each and every garment is produced in Japan.” The shell is 50% wool, 30% cotton and 20% nylon. The lining is made of 100% cotton. A slim fitting tweed jacket that has snaps on the wrists to unravel the jacket so you may roll the sleeves up. A great detail that allows you to manipulate the piece with different outfits. This is definitely a jacket, you wouldn’t want to wear on top of a hooded sweatshirt. (Rodengray)
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