This Jacket Was Made From US Army Blankets. There Are 10.

Warm, handsome and (hopefully) bullet-hole free

By The Editors
March 16, 2016 9:00 am

The trenches never looked so good.

Scout Seattle just released a wool version of their popular Drift Jacket cut from deadstock U.S. army blankets. There are 10 of them. Yes, 10. As in as many as you can count on two hands, assuming no firework accidents.

Hurry up if you want one.

Handmade in Seattle, each jacket is slightly different but stays true to their vintage roots, with original labeling kept intact wherever possible. Other details include antique brass buttons and a dashing rounded hemp collar. It’s the perfect layering piece for any season, and if the wool has lasted this long, trust it’s got many years of wear ahead.

More info over at Scout Seattle.

All images via Scout Seattle

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