The Foul Weather Pullover Deck Jacket was introduced by the United States Navy in 1944 to replace the denim U.S.N Deck Anorak. Its clip front buckles allowed access while wearing mittens or gloves, while its shell gave you a waterproof layer that kept you warm and dry in high seas. The functionality and general toughness of the pullover made it so popular that it was in issue with the US Navy throughout World War II and the Korean conflict.
Spring Summer 2012 shows maharishi’s updated version of the Foul Weather Pullover Deck Jacket. Made from water resistant Italian Adhara cotton and 100% organic Diamond twill it features military spec clip buckle front closure, side entry Riri zipper, mesh lined wired hood, 2 side pockets, 2 handwarmer pockets, a sleeve stash pocket and adjustable cuffs and waist.
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