Soulive Takes Some Indigo Liberties with Their HBT Military Jacket

The trend of updating military reproduction garments in tones that weren’t used the first time around continues with Soulive’s HBT Military Jacket. The garment is styled after a herringbone twill jacket the US Army issued in the 1940s and breathes a little life into it thanks to a deep-and-dark tone of indigo that’s sure to catch an eye or two.

Made with a season-appropriate unlined cotton-linen blend fabric woven and hand-dyed in Japan, the versatile shirt-jacket features large front patch pockets at the chest, a notched collar that can be buttoned up to a pointed collar, and brass hardware for a nice contrast against the main draw of the show.

Available for $257 at No Man Walks Alone