I wore a jacket for the first time in a few months recently and realized I missed it*. Like I also miss going places and wearing cool pants™ and random run-ins and going to bad bars and going to good bars and eating at restaurants without riding a morality rollercoaster, but I also just miss wearing loud ass jackets somewhere besides a coffee run. If all you have is that coffee run in These Uncertain Times, however, this FDMTL Quilted Haori Jacket will mess up some fellow patrons.
(*I then went into a tailspin wondering how long jackets were going to a viable clothing option and started reading about disintegrating ice shelves and what wildfires are doing to wildlife and melting permafrost loosing frozen diseases and the David Attenborough documentary and pirates, even though the last one had very little—some would argue nothing—to do with our baking planet. But I will mention that Cape Cod used to have pirates.)
Blending Japanese tradition with both contemporary innovation and military garb, this hybrid is made from a quilted 3M Thinsulate 100% polyester fabric and features a contrasting Haori-style front placket with a YKK zipper closure double-flapped patch pockets at the front, ribbed cuffs, and adjustable elastic pull tabs at the waist.
Available for $420 USD at Okayama Denim