Inspired by the vest worn by gentlemen in the early 20th century.
In that era when materials were scarce, people would not spend more money to use high-quality fabrics for the back of vest but choose cheaper linen, cotton cloth or lining as the back fabric, and in terms of color, they would also choose fabrics with sharp contrast with the front of the vest, so that the back exposed after taking off the coat would not appear cheap. The common material used for the back of gentleman's vest is different from that of overalls and hunting vests. This kind of design has been continued to this day and almost become an unchangeable classic detail.
This time, we improved it to use twill tweed instead of the common cotton or lining as the back body, so that it can be more natural and superior in warmth retention when worn alone or in combination. We have made many adjustments and optimizations on the version, widened the hem properly, and split the back.