The military overshirt was used in the II World War with the name “OG-107”, that is the military green color. It’s a garment that is already contemporary and less military, with a clean line, with two large chest 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. Proposed in a slub fabric with an irregular fiber, then overdyed with a navy blue that recalls the work uniforms of the Navy. The clear military inspiration is highlighted by the details: the characteristic buttons with “fisheye” , the print on the pocket inspired by the United States Marine Corps.
- Military-inspired overshirt in slub fabric
- Shirt collar, button placket with fisheye buttons, two flap chest pockets, buttoned cuffs
- Military-inspired print on the pocket
- Dye and stone wash that give a vintage look