Sage de Cret’s Japanese-Made Reversible Liner Jacket is a Problem
This Liner Jacket from Sage De Cret is gonna be a problem, guys. 1) I’m somewhat aware of the Earth’s orbital patterns and the existence of seasons. 2) I have arms and a torso that will need to be kept warm during the seasons that aren’t this one. 3) Fleece. 4) I have a bad shopping habit and poor impulse control. 5) I don’t have $615 on hand. 6) Credit cards exist.
Send help plz, I won’t last long.
After all, this fully-reversible jacket—inspired by versatile military-issued designs—was crafted in Japan with a compact blend of wool and linen. At one side is a cream-colored, Patagonia-esque fleece, while the other side was outfitted with a series of ornate embroidered patterns.
Featuring a V-neckline with a zipper front, pockets at the waist on both sides and a straight hem, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better mid-weight option this fall.
Available at Superdenim for £545 (~$615USD).