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Freenote Cloth Renders Its Keynot Hunting Jacket In Two Autumnal Japanese Textiles

If you’ve hit the Blow a Bag on a Jacket stage of grief over our current hellscape—you’ll know when you get there, trust me—I hope you choose wisely. It’s easy to make a rash decision, so if you feel it coming on, make a list. (I did, it didn’t help. It couldn’t hurt though, I don’t think.) And if a hunting jacket is your thing, I’d definitely include this Modified Hunting Jacket from Freenote Cloth.

I am very much not a hunter, so I can’t be sure what’s modified here, but I do know that this is a pretty good jacket. Made in the USA from a Japanese Bedford cord fabric and lined with a wave-printed lining, this jacket classic features a rounded collar, a button front placket, expandable pockets with inverted box pleats at the front, satin-lined sleeves, custom metal trimming, 1/8” double-needle stitching, an Action Back with elastic at the interior and a slim fit, which is all just a long way of saying that this is a really well-built jacket.

Will it fill the hole created by an existential crisis that somehow blew itself out to encompass a calendar year? Unclear, but it’s worth a shot.

Available for $400 in both Olive and Rain Camo at Freenote Cloth