Customers outside Japan may be subject to customs duties.
Inspired by the 1940s USNAVY salvage parka. Originally, it was used as a smock parka for handling dangerous goods, salvaging stranded ships, and rescue. At that time, it was said that the color was dyed according to the assignment, and there is only unbleached in the dead stock. It is an item used for special work among military wear, so it is rare to exist, and it is full of unique details that you won't find anywhere else.
The hood is large enough to cover a gas mask, and the sleeves, hem, and neck drawcords are designed to prevent toxic gas from entering.
BONCOURA original indigo indigo herringbone fabric is used for the fabric. Please enjoy the aging unique to indigo material.
The size chart is unwashed and may shrink after washing.