Category: Maskuline

Alpha Industries - Remove Before Flight
Type MA-1
Henrik B. Hansen

Remove Before Flight

Plain and simple, Alpha Industries is to MA-1 flight, N-2B Arctic, and M-65 field jackets what Levi’s is to denim.

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Alternative Category - Brandit
Henrik B. Hansen

Casual & Practical with Style

We are happy to announce the cooperation between East West Army as official dealer of Brandit Individual Wear. Gear is still hitting the shelf at the time of writing.

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Burberry 2014
Rubber
Henrik B. Hansen

The Trend from the Trenches

The sleek, belted silhouette of the trench coat is hard to beat for its sophistication, versatility, and polish. This jacket can be dressed both up and down, but still manages to portray a well-dressed individual either way.

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Military Pea Coat
Henrik B. Hansen

The Navy Pea Coat

The heroes at sea have provided civilians with countless modern essentials, including the peacoat. A product of 19th-century nautical attire, this cropped, double-breasted style made inroads into men’s fashion after World

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Khaki
Henrik B. Hansen

Camouflage or Die Trying

Camouflage is a pattern of paradox that encompasses both hiding but also being seen. Camo is the go-to military print for men looking for a fashionable edge.

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Beret History - 1935
Etruscans
Henrik B. Hansen

Beret History

The beret had to protect men’s hair from the oil in a tank but not take up space in the cramped interior.

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Military Style - Men's Approach
AWOL
Henrik B. Hansen

Military Style – Men’s Approach

Military style has proven it’s more than just a fleeting trend and moved on to become a classic look for men. Rising to prominence during WWII, the aesthetic is a fusion of functional uniformity, but reimagined for today’s stylish gent.

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Henrik B. Hansen

Beret Style

In the Americas it is commonly worn pushed to one side. In Central and South America, local custom usually prescribes the manner of wearing the beret.

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