The history of the sukajan jacket starts with World War II. American soldiers wanted souvenirs from their time in Japan, so they got bright Japanese prints sewn into letterman-like jackets. Poler's new version is just as loud as the originals ($180), and also comes with a print on the inside, making it fully reversible.
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