Freewheelers Combat Utility Jacket



1950〜1960s Civilian Military Style Clothing 

Color: Tiger Stripe Camouflage Pattern

Made in Japan

Introducing the Combat Utility Jacket, drawing inspiration from USMC military shirt jackets of the 1950s to 1960s and crafted in the iconic style of Union Special Overalls. Constructed from a durable West Point fabric with a subtle thickness, it showcases a vintage-style West Point camouflage print with distinctive reddish-toned tiger stripes.

Featuring urea buttons concealed on both the front closure and flap pockets, this jacket boasts an open collar design and ample inner pocket space. With its slightly relaxed fit, it serves as a versatile piece, ideal for both casual wear and as a lightweight outer layer, offering both comfort and style.