The classic chino Sports Coat was a seminal development of the 1950s, as men began to move away from formalwear outside of the office, particularly in warmer temperatures. The beige chino coat is the archetypal leisurewear piece of the era and features relaxed details like a natural shoulder, flap pockets, and two Takase Shell buttons to fasten. Unbuttoning the working cuffs reveals subtly striped Cupro lining.

This jacket, in Westpoint Chino cloth is made with a meticulous eye for detail only achievable by a military brand. The fabric used is a left twill, high-density waist point cloth as seen during World War II. It is carefully made without any visible stitching on the outside.

  • Westpoint Chino Cloth Fabric
  • Plain-Weave Cotton Lining
  • Cupro Sleeve Lining
  • Takase Shell Buttons