Far away from home and family, hitchhiking at a deeply cold night on the Mother Road to Holbrook, it's finally going back home to wife and child after weeks of operation at sea! Coming home with the Silver Star for outstanding services and a salt-water-blurred photo of your loved ones in your luggage. If you're feeling the same or similar the warming deck jacket is just the right outerwear for you. Premium fabrics, optimal wearing comfort and the authentic 40s style turn this jacket into an absolute must-have - even without medals for bravery in your pocket or without being a sailor.
Cool and comfortable Deck Jacket in classic 40s style.
The Rumble59 Deck Jacket has a slightly longer cut and is based on the 1940s U.S. Navy N1 deck jacket. Convincing with its robust fabric, high-quality workmanship and its extra thick and soft teddy lining. And of course: none of the classic details are missing - like the button-down stand-up collar made of soft teddy, the inner ribbed hem on the sleeve and the buttoned wind-strip with a hidden metal zipper. Sufficient storage space is provided by two welt pockets as well as two inside pockets. Thanks to the inner drawstring at the hem the jacket protects you perfectly against windy and cold weather. The small eyelets in the armpits provide some ventilation. Even if you haven't been at sea with sleepless nights or stayed under enemy fire, for weeks - this Deck Jacket will serve you faithfully and above all warmly. Hand in hand with a cool and authentic style.
The convincing details of the Deck Jacket at a glance:
- Material: cotton, synthetic fiber
- Composition: upper material - 100% cotton, lining - 100% polyester
- Color: blue, grey
- Pattern: uni
- Sturdy but nevertheless comfy soft material: 290g/m²
- Padded and lined with cozy synthetic fur
- Info: Info: please check our size chart for the perfect size!
Our cool model wears this jacket in size M.
Rumble59 offers a big range of classic and oldschool styled jackets
! This great Deck Jacket doesn't only look cool but is almost a real piece of wearable history.