Waste(Twice) Hunter Jacket

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Hunting in this hunter jacket from Waste(Twice) would be awfully fun—not so much the shooting-at-animals part as the filling-the-wild-pockets element. Modeled after a game jacket from the ’20s and built using a patchwork pattern (of linen, hemp and cotton), this guy has eight pockets in front and a large game pocket on back. Not sure why the back pocket is named such, as it does not look big enough to hold a deer carcass, but we are not here to split hairs. But while we are pointing things out, the color-scheme is more urban-camo than jungle or forest, so maybe big game means squirrel and alley possum. You can get this at Hickoree’s.

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