Produced based on the concept of a commercial version of the N-1 Jacket manufactured and sold for the private sector.
The grosgrain whipcord fabric which has excellent wind insulation and water repellency, is used for the outer shell, which is rare in vintage examples.
Thinsulate with high heat retention is sandwiched as a middle layer, and soft baby alpaca is used as a lining on the entire surface.
The leather trim of the pocket mouth, which is also a feature of TROPHY's N-1, can be seen in car coats and lunch coats of the 1930s.
The design is different from the mil-spec jacket delivered to the military.
Ventilation under the armpits, hidden ribs on the cuffs, metal fittings at the tip of the drawcord, piping of the chin strap.
It is a full-scale production without compromise.
- Outer material Cotton 100%
- Lining Acrylic 50% Wool 30% Alpaca 20%
- Batting Thinsulate 100% (compression type)
- Rib Cotton 50% Polyester 50%
Non-wash press finish
Made in Japan