Inspired by the vest worn by British and American hunting in the late 19th century and early 20th century.
Unlike common gentleman vests, hunting vests pay more attention to practicality. In the scarcity era, people wouldn’t spend more money to use high-quality fabrics for the back of the waistcoat, but chose cheaper linen, cotton or lining. In terms of color, the back material will be used the contrasting color than the front, so that the exposed back will not look cheap after taking off the jacket. The traditional hunting vest pays attention to practicality. In order to keep warm when hunting in the cold and humid season, thick and wear-resistant fabrics with better warmth are used for both front and back, and there are multiple large pockets to store more items.
While retaining some of its practicality, this model minus some unnecessary cumbersome design, making it look more natural when worn alone or inside. Several adjustments and optimizations have been made to the layout to make it look slim visually and not very tight in fact.