With roots that go back to the uniforms of U.S. soldiers during WWII, the field jacket we know today retains the key features of the M-65, introduced in—yes—1965. With its windproof cotton, multiple pockets and roll-up hood, it quickly became a favorite among civilians who valued it for its clean silhouette and maximum utility, not to mention its rugged charm.
The quintessential cool-girl jacket (aka every girl needs one). In waxed cotton with military-inspired pockets and snaps, this is our idea of standard issue.
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