* Fabric: Soft-hand midnight blue 36 Oz. Melton wool, vintage mil-specs US Navy type cloth, milled in Japan. * Unlined body construction featuring attractive taped inside seams, with 1930’s-style narrow-width indigo-dyed cotton tape.
* Double-breasted button-up top block and zip-up lower half.
* Tonal corozo wood buttons.
* Versatile collar pattern design: lays flats on shoulders, zip-up as a hood, folds in half and snaps-up to the shape of a regular open collar.
* Vintage NOS cotton-tape “Talon” metal zipper, oxidized black.
* Neck collar area partly-lined with soft tonal NOS cotton sateen fabric.
* Adjustable cinch tabs on wrists, backed with black cotton sateen fabric.
* Woven mfsc Surplus label.
* Made in Japan.
The Mister Freedom® Hudson Jacket fits true to size and is ready-to-wear. Please refer to sizing chart to determine which size works for you.
CL’s Advice: I opted for a size Medium, my usual size in mfsc jackets, for a comfortable fit that will allow wearing a denim (or the like) jacket underneath.
Professional dry-clean only, from your local eco-friendly facility.
A new vintage classic from the “Surplus” MFSC catalog, the Mister Freedom® HUDSON jacket, is a design inspired by an obscure 1930’s unlined wool coat made by the H.W. Carter & Sons label and cut from a genuine Hudson’s Bay point blanket.
We’d saved this vintage outdoor garment in our archives for quite some time, waiting for the right twist to put on it. Our jacket pattern has a modern, elaborate and elegant feel to it, but is a lift of what was essentially a well-thought and functioning outdoor garment. The split-pattern hood, when not worn to scare the neighbors, unzips to lay flat as an extra layer to protect the shoulders, but also folds in half and snaps-up to the shape of a somewhat regular open collar.
This MF® garment is designed in California by Mister Freedom® and manufactured in Japan by Sugar Cane Co.