As an ancient European fabric, corduroy has always been loved by the workers and peasants due to its advantages of anti-wear and wind-proof. After the rise of outdoor hunting culture in the 1930s, corduroy clothing appeared in the product catalogs of major outdoor brands. Inspired by the outdoor hunting vests during the 1940s and 1950s, this vest adopts a practical design of patch pocket style for a simple, clean look. The back is made of thicker cotton satin fabric, which has a sanding effect. And it's similar to the texture and style of moleskin. The laurel button with the rust effect set off the old atmosphere of the 1940s and 1950s. There is a clip-type Paris button(the design in the later version of 506XX) on the back, which is only available in the late 1940s. It fits well and can be worn inside or outside. Colors available in dark brown with black and beige with khaki.
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