Mister Freedom® x Sugar Cane MFSC “Chiller” Vest

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MFSC “Chiller” Vest, Fall 2010. Limited Edition.
Anyone who has ever worked outside on a cold winter day knows of the pros of a warm padded vest: freedom of arm movement, warm body and no sweat! So, badabing.

SPECS:
PATTERN: An all original MFSC design. Inspired by 1950’s outdoor quilted vests, vintage hunting and artic wear.
FIT: Snug fit for minimum air circulation between body and lining. Can be worn over jacket, over shirt or under jacket. Size accordingly.
FABRIC: Four fabric options, all milled in Japan, exclusively for MFSC
1) Rayon/Cotton “Breezer” type BLACK
2) Rayon/Cotton “Breezer” type ROYAL BLUE
3) Midnight Twill, 10 oz., Indigo warp x black weft (aka ‘black back denim’)
4) Indigo selvedge denim, Okinawa SC 301, 50% sugar cane x 50% cotton fibers, 14 oz.
PADDING: 100% cotton padding, same as used in 1950’s Silk souvenir Jackets. Quilted to face, not to lining.
LINING: Blue MFSC 100% cotton chambray, white/red ID selvedge.
COLLAR: 100% wool MIL-SPECS navy blue knit.
CLOSURE: Full 1950s style “Conmar” metal zipper, cotton taping. Top snaps for full front top zip-up.
POCKETS: Two front denim ‘expansion fold’ pockets, one back pocket. Flap top with Fiocchi snap. Denim is 10 oz. Okinawa indigo selvedge SugarCane (50% cotton – 50% sugar cane fiber). Reinforcement corner metal rivets.
GUSSETS: 100% wool MIL-SPECS navy blue elastic knit.
DETAILS: Extended back tail, for protection when bending. 100% cotton tonal stitching…
WASHING: Washable on ‘delicate’ cycle, minimal soap, cold water, hung dry (Also dry cleanable.)

Designed by MISTER FREEDOM® in California, manufactured in Japan by SUGAR CANE Co.

Available RAW, unwashed
Sizes: 36, 38, 40, 42, 44
Retail:
Rayon-Cotton & Midnight Twill $ 395.95
“301″ Denim $425.95

Call John or Katherine at (323) 653-2014 or mail katherine@misterfreedom.com to get yours while they last.

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