Ten C Field Jacket Olive€ 989.01
(outside EU, import tax not included)
They are in again, the olive field jackets form Ten C. The icon of this company! The shell prooved to be an evergreen, the fabric is attracting a lot of people with a good hand for "rugged" luxury wear. Those who understand a product doesn't need a label, but have a feeling with fabric, style and useful items.
we stock it in size 44-58, check out also the liners that can be inserted, they will arrive soon too again.
The US Army Field Jacket was first introduced in 1943. It was remodelled in 1951 and this version, with its front zip, press stud closure, drawstring waist and rolled up hood in the collar pocket is close to the 1965 version used widely by the United States Forces during the Vietnam war. Ten C jackets are made in a knitted nylon/polyester micro-fibre that’s both waterproof and breathable.n Italy this durable material receives a special treatment resulting in its unmistakable look and its soft, almost placid texture. The fabric is garment dyed in a hot dye bath at 140 degrees, the pigments sink deep into the fibre – the colour tone appears especially intense. Rumors say it’s the same fabric used for Bentley soft-top roofs, but this is an unofficial statement It feels lik e a sturdy velvet. Like a pair of Alden shoes or jeans, these jackets become yours after wearing it...
OJJ - Original Japanese Jersey - is still THE Ten c fabric. A knitted, not woven, fabric made with a polyester micro fibre/nylon yarn. Ten c is the only company willing to take on the challenge and the problems associated with garment dyeing such a fabric because it believes that the resulting feel, touch and quality is worth it. The garment dyeing of this fabric is exclusive to Ten c.
This jersey will, with time, mould itself almost imperceptibly to your body and will acquire, with use, a unique individual patina, each jacket reflecting its own personal history and that of its user. It will become Your Jacket.