If you’ve been after an FFA (Future Farmers of America) jacket but don’t feel a strong urge to rep a random city in the Midwest, feel uneasy about committing an act of agricultural stolen valor, or just want a cool corduroy jacket for Fall, Studio D’Artisan has you covered with its “SDA” Embroidery Jacket.
Directly influenced by the aforementioned organization’s official dress jacket, SDA’s take has some tweaks that make it even more fun to wear than the original. In addition to playful takes on the FFA’s logo and chainstitch design, the jacket uses a full-length zipper as opposed to the original’s ‘half-way up zipper which makes it a bit more versatile.
Featuring clean side cinches, deep “D” pockets, and of course that lustrous dark blue corduroy, this 100% cotton jacket is ready to go, but be warned, you still might be asked ‘what season is best to plant potatoes?’ or ‘why won’t my cows produce chocolate milk?’.
Available for $180 from Hinoya