A Kind of Guise Continues German-Made Everything in Kathmandu
German engineering in any field has become notorious, and A Kind of Guise is no exception. Their attention to detail and emphasis on making luxurious goods for consumption around the globe is no more evident than with the release of their new Kathmandu Jacket, a German-engineered lavish corduroy jacket made for years and years of wear.
This regular fit French Vineyard style work jacket is made with a jumbo, chunky corduroy that has been dyed a rich, deep navy. With a large full zip zipper cloaked by a buttoned storm flap, you can wear the jacket open, half zipped, or buttoned all the way up to the neck. The body totes a stylish chest pocket and two large flap pockets at the waist, making this jacket’s ability to hold all of your belongings and then some unrivaled. Finished off with a straight hem and two button cuffs, you can look like you vacation in the Bavarian Alps and own a Mercedes, even if you’re just in a parking lot blasting your AC in a rust bucket while you wait for the weather to cool down.
Available at Oi Polloi for £312 (~$418 USD).