The Pioneers everyday essential
Undergarments were traditionally worn to protect the wearer’s skin from abrasive clothes and offered no insulation as a layering piece. Typically, gentlemen or noblemen wore more outerwear for cooler climates, but this was not an option for the less fortunate. Soon, the working-class adopted tunics, which is believed to be where the vest originated.
Fast forward 100s of years, and the vest is now a versatile layer worn as an undergarment with shirts. The sleeveless garment gives the wearer freedom of movement and is less bulky than a heavy cotton T-Shirt.
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FABRIC & FEATURES
MODEL WEARS MEDIUM: 6ft 2" // 41" Chest // 32" Waist