Loiter Jacket in Beige Linen Glen Plaid
Loiter Jacket in Beige Linen Glen Plaid
Loiter Jacket in Beige Linen Glen Plaid
Loiter Jacket in Beige Linen Glen Plaid
Loiter Jacket in Beige Linen Glen Plaid
Loiter Jacket in Beige Linen Glen Plaid
Loiter Jacket in Beige Linen Glen Plaid
Loiter Jacket in Beige Linen Glen Plaid
Loiter Jacket in Beige Linen Glen Plaid
Loiter Jacket in Beige Linen Glen Plaid
Loiter Jacket in Beige Linen Glen Plaid
Loiter Jacket in Beige Linen Glen Plaid
Loiter Jacket in Beige Linen Glen Plaid
Engineered Garments

Loiter Jacket in Beige Linen Glen Plaid


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  • Engineered Garments presents the Loiter Jacket, a contemporary sport jacket designed with a modern fit. Constructed from a medium-weight linen plaid fabric, the jacket boasts a breathable weave and subtle slub texture. Built with an easy-to-wear unstructured design, this jacket is a versatile wardrobe staple that effortlessly transitions between casual and formal wear. The classic silhouette is finished with two spacious flap pockets at the hips, a single patch pocket on the left breast, and a button-up placket with a spread collar.
    • Regular fit
    • Medium-weight linen plaid fabric
    • Heavy duty resin buttons
    • Spread-collar
    • Two large flap pockets at the waist
    • Single patch pocket at the chest
    • 100% Linen
    • Made in New York, USA
  • Size Chest Shoulder Sleeve Length
    X-Small 45.5" 19" 22" 28"
    Small 47.5" 20" 23.25" 29"
    Medium 49.5" 20" 24" 29.5"
    Large 51.5" 21" 24.75" 30.5"

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  • Founded 1999 by Daiki Suzuki in New York City, the Engineered Garments mission statement is "to make garments that become more personal through the experiences you have with them." Drawing from years buying for Nepenthes stores, Suzuki values unique garment construction with attention to detail; realized through Engineered Garments. Each piece in the brand's ever-evolving catalog is designed with hidden qualities and meaning, straying from the idea of "perfect design."

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