The roots of the Souvenir Jacket, or Sukajan in Japanese, can be traced back to American soldiers stationed in the Pacific Theater following the end of World War II. During the post-war occupation, American troops began getting traditional Japanese designs hand-stitched into the backs of their jackets to commemorate their time in Japan.
We got this MA-1 bomber jacket customized ourselves by having it embroidered with the old-school chain stitch embroidery machines, which have been used during the Vietnam war. The jacket has stunning colorful embroidery all over, as well as champagne satin inner lining. The design in the back, as well as the sleeves are simply mesmerizing. The pictures honestly do not do it justice!
Good condition, has some signs of wear
Our recommended size: M
Length: 66 cm Pit to pit: 61 cm Sleeve length: 84 cm