“No matter what they wish for, no matter how far they go, people can never be anything but themselves.”

I really like the navy and black hues mixed with off-white trainers. The Type M-51 Parka fits extremely oversized (which I love) but still goes so well with the slim fit of the BDU pants. The parka doesn’t feel like much weight wise, but it is made up of a really water resistant NyCo fabric that kept me dry all weekend. I think it will see a lot of use on my bike, because it’s breathable, packable, lightweight, and it looks badass. The workshirt is made up of definitely one of my favorite fabrics that Daiki has used. It was part of the shirting that EG did for Odin NYC, and has more of an elongated fit than the regular workshirt – which then led to mainline workshirts fitting longer (I’m assuming here). Really nice weight brushed flannel in navy/black that has been fading out due to washing and wearing it. Although some may want the fabrics to stay dark, I can’t help but think how nice this fabric will look a few more years down the road with a lot more wear and tear.

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