Neighborhood was originally conceived as part of founder Shinsuke Takizawa’s motorcycle enthusiast interests; the lack of motorcycle apparel that was suitably functional and fashionable spurred Takizawa to create his own label.
Neighborhood’s mix of technical expertise, luxury construction standards, and classic utilitarian and subculture aesthetics made the brand a cornerstone of modern streetwear.
The M-65 field jacket hardly needs an introduction. When this upgrade on the M-51 first rolled off assembly lines, fashion was the farthest thing from anyone's mind, but the functional versatility and rugged, utilitarian looks made it a fashion essential, long after its active field life. Neighborhood's latest take on the M-65 opts for classic simplicity, with a subtle, woven brand patch serving as the only embellishment.
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Model measurements are 6'1, 150lbs. Model is wearing a size L.