Cute is Overrated, Anyway
If a U.S. Army M65 field jacket and a mountain parka had a baby it would be the Sieg from Sempach—not exactly cute, but beautiful in its minimalism and exceptionally practical. Cute is overrated, anyway. I mean, who needs cute when you’ve got like twenty different pockets split between a water resistant shell and a quilted liner jacket that can be worn apart or snapped together like Voltron. Voltron wasn’t cute either, but that didn’t stop those five robot lions and their pilots from kicking copious amounts of interstellar ass.
- Made in China
- Shell fabric: 100% cotton
- Shell lining: 100% cotton
- Shell pocket face side: 100% polyurethane
- Shell pocket backside: 100% polyester
- Liner jacket body: 100% nylon
- Liner jacket filling: 100% polyester
- 3-in-1 hooded coat with fully lined outer shell and detachable quilted liner jacket
- Outer shell is constructed from water resistant rubberized cotton inspired by the fabric on Swiss army field tents
- Inner quilted liner jacket is constructed from ripstop nylon inspired by Swiss army parachutes
- Detachable drawstring hood with snap-down buttons
- Front snap-down placket with concealed two-way zipper
- Shell has a snap-down placket with concealed two-way zipper
- Shell has two front snap-down chest pockets and two snap-down waist pockets
- Shell has a single interior left rubberized zipper pocket
- Shell has an adjustable drawstring waist
- Liner jacket has a snap-down front
- Liner jacket has four front patch pockets, two of which have snap closures
- Liner jacket snaps open at side seams for access to interior
- Liner jacket has a single interior snap-down chest pocket
- Metal Sempach logo badge at back hem on both shell and liner jacket
MEASUREMENTS TAKEN FROM A SIZE 48/M:
- chest, 23.5"
- shoulder, 20.5"
- sleeve length, 24.5"
- center back length, 31.75"