Terrycloth doesn’t get enough run in the Greater Fabric Universe. Straight up. It’s stupid comfortable, can function as a towel, and is almost impossible to mess up, application-wise. For reasons that (presumably) can be described as Conspiracy*, it’s been relegated to the end of the fabric bench, but damn does it shine whenever a brand is brave enough to tap it in. Sage de Cret, for instance, lined their two-toned green Field Jacket with a yellow terry and I think it’s safe to say that we’re all better for the decision.
(*This would be a fun conspiracy, to be clear, not one that’s obsessed with the film White Squall and is also an existential threat to democracy.)
Made in Japan with a 53/47 cotton/wool outer and lined with the aforementioned terrycloth, this liner-like jacket features a v-neck, a zipper front, contrasting panels at the back yoke and back elbows, two patch pockets at the back, and what appears to be like six pockets at the front. Could this information be verified? Probably, but pockets are kind of like SPF—a lot just means a lot after a certain point.
That being said, a Golden Age of Excessive Pockets seems nigh, fishing is popping during quarantine and this is a pretty strong—if steep—transitional entry point for those trying to get dumb functional with their sartorial direction.
Available for $825 CAD ($631.54 USD) at Lost & Found