Eastlogue are based in South Korea and their inspiration comes from traditional vintage garments intended for outdoor activities. Their goal is to produce highly functional garments inspired by the past but with a modern silhouette, creating garments that will become modern classics and that will be wearable for years to come.
This somewhat playful jacket is what you get if you mix a 1940s biker leather jacket, the functionality of a liner jacket and the great qualities that comes with woolen fibers. The result is a garment that is perfect to wear as a thinner jacket during spring/autumn or as a layering piece during winter. The details include a so called D-pocket that got it's name for it's shape, and looks like a capital D, and belt loops that are inspired by vintage biker jackets from the middle of the last century. The jacket is fitted with sturdy metal zippers that have leather details tied to them in order to make opening them more convenient. There are snap buttons which are reinforced with leather behind them to protect the fabric from the otherwise sharp edges, and the shoulders are lined with a olive drab cotton fabric and reinforced with stitches to give them an extra layer of protection.
The shell fabric is made of woven wool/nylon and the color is just beautiful to wear during autumn and will look great combined with your favorite pair of jeans.
- Eastlogue Biker Wool Jacket Salmon - Shell 88% wool 10% nylon 2% other - Lining 100% cotton - Sleeve lining 57% polyester 43% bemberg - One 40s style D-pocket with small pocket on top - One chest pocket - One side pocket - Black metal zippers with leather detailing - Piping made of brown corduroy - Snap buttons with leather reinforcements - Belt loops at the lower part of the jacket - Made in South Korea
All measurements are in centimeters and measured on a flat surface. Width is measured straight across the chest from armpit to armpit, length is measured at the back of the garment from the neck down and the sleeve length is measured on the underarm from the armpit to the end of the cuff.