1970s nylon sports jacket by Beams Plus

1970s nylon sports jacket by Beams Plus

1970s nylon sports jacket by Beams Plus (image credit: Beams Plus/Amazon)

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A good-looking design based on a vintage piece, this 1970s nylon sports jacket by Beams Plus is now on the shelves.

1970s nylon sports jacket by Beams Plus

(image credit: Beams Plus/Amazon)

Jacket or shirt jacket? I’m not 100 per cent sure it sits on either side of the fence. What I do know is that it works as a vintage-style layer for the spring and summer months. Good-looking, lightweight, and practical.

1970s nylon sports jacket by Beams Plus

(image credit: Beams Plus/Amazon)

It’s also made in Japan by Beams Plus, and if you’ve purchased any of their designs, you’ll know that they are made to last. I have shirts going back years that still look like new, and coats, too.

1970s nylon sports jacket by Beams Plus

(image credit: Beams Plus/Amazon)

This is based on a ‘jacket of vintage wear in the 70s America’, according to the translation from the retail page. So, it’s a piece of vintage Americana. The jacket has been recreated in two colour options, both produced from nylon and designed to be worn as easily as a shirt.

1970s nylon sports jacket by Beams Plus

(image credit: Beams Plus/Amazon)

But the cut is more like a jacket, detailed with flap pockets on the chest and sleeve, contrasting buttons, contrast seaming, and a drawstring waist.

1970s nylon sports jacket by Beams Plus

(image credit: Beams Plus/Amazon)

A nice thing and not too pricey if you buy directly from Japan. It works out at £115 at the current rate, although you do have to factor in taxes and postage (which I think is stated before you buy via the Japanese Amazon site).

Find out more at the Amazon Japan website

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