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For our newest collaboration, we had a great opportunity to team up with Stock Mfg. Co. and create a military inspired mini-capsule collection. Drawing on my 4 years of active duty as an Infantryman in the US Army, I co-designed an M65 Field Jacket, as well as a modified version of a traditional Officer’s Shirt. The authenticity of this collection is solidified by our mil-spec certified Chicago factory, which has been manufacturing tailored garments for the US Military for over 40 years. Some of the key features of the jacket we really enhanced for motorcycles riders was, tough 550 paracord with horween pulls within the collar and waist. We also added double-pull zippers which allow for a full range of motion and to un-zip the bottom for riding in a forward position on a cafe racer style motorcycle. 3/8″ metal grommets in pocket corners as well. This jacket was also made to MIL-SPEC Standard. This is one of my all time favorite collaborations I’ve done personally. A lot of time and effort has been put into this Jacket and it’s built to last.

M65 Field Jacket

The M65 Field Jacket, named after the year it was introduced, is a popular field jacket initially designed for the US military under the MIL-C-43455J standard. Now a favorite of soldiers and civilians alike, this jacket is also commonly found on motorcycle riders, a niche that has another special place in Jamison’s heart. This M65 was designed in collaboration between Whiskey Grade and Stock, and was handcrafted by the same operators that manufacture garments for the military, using the same care, precision and attention to detail.

  • 100% Cotton Flannel
  • Back Collar Button
  • Flat-Felled Seams
  • Box Pleat Back
  • Single Chest Patch Pocket
  • Handmade in Chicago, USA

Model is 6’1″ and wearing a Medium.
Fit is trim, but not overly slim. Fits true to size.

Officer’s Shirt

The Officer’s Shirt is our interpretation of the classic CPO (Chief Petty Officer) Jacket. First introduced in the late 1930′s as a heavy-duty wool overshirt, to be worn strictly for field use, the garment has evolved over the years.

Scores of CPO shirts were made during WWII, and their popularity in the civilian community exploded in the 1960′s, as many veterans continued wearing them long after returning home. Our version is made of a heavy-duty gray twill, and features two additional pockets, at the bottom of the shirt, for hand warmth. This shirt wears well as a cold-weather layering piece, or on it’s own.[/vc_column_text][vc_toggle title="Features" open="false"]100% Cotton Twill
Dual Chest Pockets
Flat-Felled Seams
Box Pleat Back
Dual Hand Pockets
Handmade in Chicago, USA

Model is 6’1″ and wearing a Medium.
Fit is trim, but not overly slim. Fits true to size