Whatever illicit spells or soul-selling tactics Kaihara Mills employed to get the denim on the Epaulet Bomber Jacket to look like this should be open-sourced, for the world’s sake. It’s so good. Normally companies will call something a “layering piece!” and “four-season!” and “versatile!” and it’s like, sure, I guess, if you really like red or corsets or the Michelin Man or something, but this blue just walks around like I BELONG HERE AND HERE AND HERE.
Anyways, there’s a jacket there too, and it’s a good one. Made in the USA, it’s throwing some modified Type II vibes and features a button front placket, two flapped patch pockets at the front torso, button cuffs and a flat hem.
Rinsed to eliminate shrinkage, this one actually can be layered. So layer away.
Available for $225 at Epaulet.