Vetra Work Jacket Khaki Twill
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For lovers of light earth tones and subtle Indiana Jones color palettes, it’s a classic work coat in a less expected color. A different color, but all the same class and purpose. Having constructed uniforms for the French army during WWII and then fleeing to Western France amid refusal to work for the Nazis, the Bereens Family behind Vetra has staying power, class, an ethic and strength that is echoed in all their coats and jackets. This jacket remains in that tradition - a slim fit, practical pockets, and a short cut.
It’s another illustration of Vetra’s pursuit of purposeful, stylish gear that blurs the line between workwear and fashion - a unique, singular take on the classic chore coat. Staying true to their roots in early 20th Century European industry, Vetra continues to make strong-stitched and comfortable clothes that don’t quit. Launched in 1927, Edouard Bereens combined the first letters of vetements de travail - work clothes - to find “Vetra.” They’re still work clothes, but with such style, that phrase sounds way too modest.