If you’re in need of a lightweight wind and rain jacket for the outdoors, but want to stand out from the crowd, then Muttonhead‘s Reversible Infantry Jacket is the right match for you.
Made sweatshop free in Toronto, Canada, this jacket’s polyester material comes from old, recycled polyester clothing that is no longer wearable. Thus, the jacket is not only good to look at, but good for the environment. Not too shabby.
The Reversible Infantry Jacket is, of coarse, reversible. You can wear it brown side out with camo trim, or get your Marine on with an all-out desert MARPAT jacket – good for not being seen when hiking in Arizona.
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