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ENGINEERED GARMENTS

'Upland' vest
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Black 11.5 oz. cotton 'Upland' vest from Engineered Garments featuring a v-neck, front button and snap fastening, five front flap pockets with snap fastening, interior corduroy panels at the shoulder with two self-lined patch pockets and a round hem.
Item ID:10497270

Composition & Care

  • Composition: Cotton 100%
  • WASHING INSTRUCTIONS : Dry Clean Only
  • Brand Style ID : F3C0626UPLANDVESTBLACK115OZDUCK
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    Designer: ENGINEERED GARMENTS


    The New York-based label Engineered Garments specialises in producing highly detailed and intricately constructed sportswear. The label was born when Japanese designer Daiki Suzuki's pattern cutter commented that the clothes were ‘engineered’ rather than designed.

    Visit Engineered Garments for more information on this designer