Trademark: Ten c
he fishtail Parka was first used in 1951 by the United States Army as weather protection in the Korean War and later became a cult clothing item for scooter-riding British Mods in the 1960s. This version is based on the loose-fitting M-65, which features a longer back and adapts well to variations in temperature. The slimmed down American silhouette also features a smaller German parka hood for an overall minimized shape and form. Other notable details include: a wire framed opposable hood, drawstring waist and hem with button storm flap and zipper fastening ensuring maximum weather protection. Each jacket also features the modular option for liner and hood attachments. The jacket fabric-OJJ-is made in Japan and is a knitted nylon/polyester micro-fibre which is finished exclusively in Italy by Ten c. This jersey will with time, mould itself almost imperceptibly to your body and will acquire a unique individual patina. Each jacket reflecting its own personal history and that of its user- It will become Your Jacket. Your favourite Jacket.