Product review for Script Japanese Souvenir Jacket SSJ-511 The Fox’s Wedding Men’s Sukajan

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Size(in inch)
/Body width /Body length /Sleeve length /Shoulder width
(Small) 18.5inch 22.4inch 30.3inch –
(Medium) 20.1inch 22.8inch 31.5inch –
(Large) 21.3inch 24.0inch 32.7inch –
(X-Large) 23.2inch 24.8inch 33.5inch –
(XX-Large) 24.4inch 25.6inch 33.9inch –
* Shoulder width does not be measured for Raglan sleeves

"Script" is a label spun-off from casualwear brand Switch Planning in Japan.

Featuring traditional Japanese patterns and designs, the lineup includes pieces in Japanese sizes and silhouettes, with the materials and details retooled for today's taste.

For this souvenir jacket, the item is piece-dyed without the zipper before being finally assembled.

This causes the color of the fabric and embroidery to fade, giving the base fabric and accent a uniform look and creating a subdued, vintage feel.

To replicate the hand-worked embroidered of artisans, who manipulate the fabric while working, factory used advanced mechanical embroidery equipment.

There is no internal batting, so the jacket is not bulky or puffy. It wears clean and close to the body.
And this light piece of outerwear can be worn year-round, especially in spring and fall.

The zipper is a special-order piece from YKK.

The front and reverse sides feature curved, welted pockets reinforced with triangular, gusseted stitches.

*Note that the material used in this product is extremely delicate. The material is susceptible to damage from friction and wear, and its color may wear or fade in the sun. Note that the embroidered accent is extremely delicate, so avoid striking it against surfaces. Tumble drying should be avoided, as it can cause the garment to lose shape, fray, or shrink.

The souvenir jacket originated during the early days of post World War II. The jackets featured a variety of oriental designs(eagle,tiger,dragon) and/or the servicemen's very own designs of their unit or base name,etc.

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