Latest visvim Sanjuro Benny Jacket Takes Inspiration From Military Wear

The new and updated visvim Sanjuro Benny jacket features military-inspired details. The piece also showcases a long staple cotton construction.

 

The jacket is part of visvim’s Fall/Winter 2018 collection. Recently, the Japanese streetwear brand dropped a new iteration of the Hollis Hi Sixth Man.

The new Hollis Hi Sixth Man has a similar aesthetic with the SKAGWAY HI counterpart. The basketball kicks also come in a variety of tonal schemes.

There are black, blue, brown, and orange iterations. Each comes from Horween-crafted vegetable tanned leather.

The silhouette features a stripe patterned toe box and white contrast stitching. Moreover, it has decorative heel patches at the ankle and sole as well as EVA phylon midsole technology.

Winter Wonder

visvim’s Fall/Winter 2018 collection takes on a focus on durability for the Sanjuro Benny jacket. The label uses a premium long staple cotton sateen to create the work wear silhouette.

The long cotton fibers of the jacket come from a unique textile. It provides superior heat retention and, at the same time, breathability.

Moreover, it equips the jacket with a high level of durability. The label also places military-inspired details such as flap pockets, sleeve buttons, and a concealed closure.

The jacket retail for about $1,190 USD.

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