The military overshirt was used in World War II with the name “OG-107” that is the military green color. It is a garment that is already contemporary and less military, with a clean line, with two large breast pockets and simplified sleeves and buttoning. Like the Field jacket, the OG military overshirt also entered pop culture thanks to the pacifist movements that adopted it symbolically, including the unforgettable John Lennon. The overshirt is a fundamental item in the wardrobe for the Vintage55 man. This season the timeless history of this garment meets a rich and lively fabric, an indigo-dyed herringbone.
- Military-inspired overshirt in indigo herringbone
- Shirt collar, flap on shoulders with buttons, large chest pockets with flaps and logo label, placket with fisheye buttons, adjustable cuffs, straight hem
- Washed with small stones that enhances the indigo and the fabric texture