SUGARCANE TYPE 1953A Cotton Piqué Jacket - Off White

From the latter half of the 1950s, colored jackets and colored pants began to be released by various manufacturers. The main materials used are denim, satin, and piqué, and played a role in the transition from workwear to casual wear. This time, Sugar Cane replaced the 1953 model (2nd), which is a standard product, with 11 oz. cotton pique.The base of the colour jacket is usually the 1962 model (3rd), so it looks very fresh, and it is a piece that goes well with blue denim bottoms.

Action pleats + box stitching on the front. Nickel-coloured iron buttons are used. A size tag is sandwiched at the top of the leather patch. Cuff openings are reinforced with rivets.

Due to the characteristics of the material and the method of finishing, there may be slight individual differences in the dimensions of each part. Also, depending on the settings and environment of your device, the colour of the product may differ slightly from the actual colour.Please note.