* Beaugan 1969 Canadian MKII “combat jacket”. * 50% Cotton, 50% Paper (Washi). * Hand dyed and distressed finish. * Loose, relaxed fit. * Made in Japan.
Recreation of a Canadian military (MKII combat shirt) jacket first appearing in 1969 ‒ Cut in looser, relaxed jacket style, features size adjustable, 3-dimentional box pockets on breast and waist, adjustable waist chord, position adjustable, sturdy parachutebuttons and nylon strap finish.
Fabric is an original, hand dyed and distressed heavy-duty cotton and Japanese paper (washi) blend canvas fabric woven in Shizuoka prefecture Japan.
(The semi-professional model is 186cm / 75kg, wearing size 2)