Meet your new do-it-all jacket. In celebration of the great hiking and mountaineering jackets of the 50s and 60s, this coat packs a lot of vintage-inspired style into one very practical package. The tough cotton exterior is treated with a Durable Water Repellent finish, while the interior is lined in breathable, moisture-wicking mesh. Plenty of pockets, and adjustable waist and hem, and a stowable hood seal the deal. Gear up, and start blazing new trails. The interior design on this jacket was created by Doug Good Feather; in his own words, the pattern is ...a symbol of new beginnings; the star is what the noble eagle greets first in its morning flight. An artist, veteran, author, and teacher, Doug is from the Standing Rock Lakota and Dakota Nation and is the founder of the Lakota Way Healing Center. Faherty's ongoing partnership has enabled the Center to purchase 100+ acres of land and expand its ability to offer Indigenous spiritual practices to anyone in need of healing. According to Doug, ‚The process of healing is to see each other and to help each other and guide each other...companies can work together and create good medicine and good healing for communities. Fit: Slightly oversized, designed to be layered Detail: 7 Exterior Pockets (Including Zippered Chest Pocket), 1 Interior Pocket, Multicolored Drawcords at Waist and Hem, Stowable Hood at Collar, Adjustable Snap Cuffs Material: 54% Organic Cotton, 46% Recycled Nylon Care: Machine wash cold, tumble dry low
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