Parka belongs to the culture of clothing and could not be missing from the Vintage55 winter collection. It was born to protect from the cold, originating from the Arctic and the Inuit peoples, it was widely used in the Korean War because of its characteristics. It was renamed M-51 Fishtail Parka for the distinctive “fish tail”, long to the knees, it had the outermost layer in military green cotton canvas, the detachable inner part, the drawstrings to adapt the volumes to the body, and a large hood . It has been reinterpreted with a feminine and comfortable cut, designed and thought to be 4 in 1, usable all year round by composing and breaking down its parts.
- Parka in parachute canvas with detachable and reversible husky interior
- Drawstring at the waist with leather stop, adjustable cuffs with horn fisheye buttons, old brass finish zip closure and snap buttons, flap pockets, detachable padded and reversible inner husky, from one side quilted with onion, the other without quilting
- Washing that gives the garment a vintage effect
- The garment is 4 in 1: the outer shell in cotton and the detachable inner husky, padded and reversible, can be worn separately, the two garments combined make up the perfect outerwear for the winter season