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Washed Chambray Pool Jacket
This item is final sale and not eligible for return or exchange.
The Pool Jacket is Sidney Poitier, Chateau Marmont, post dip, drinking a mai tai, room key in his right hip pocket - the height of poolside elegance and civility. In my estimation, all we really want to wear post swim is a robe. However, that's neither transportable nor particularly useful outside the corner of the resort. So we made this easily layered, highly useful garment. One can wear it by itself like a summertime hawaiian, or over a t-shirt. It's loose fitting, so you can put all of your shit in these pockets - whether that be a stranger's hotel key gathered at the very same pool, or, more likely, your kid's pacifier, these pockets are going to get used.
The other logical reason for these pockets is that you haven't fully adopted the male sling/murse and need to put your stuff somewhere and it's super hot out and you don't want to wear sleeves - here's the option for you.
- 100% Cotton Chambray
- Made responsibly in India
- Fabric Milling: This fabric was designed by and milled exclusively for Corridor
Dakota is 6'1" and is wearing the Washed Chambray Pool Jacket in size M.
What does responsibility mean? People talk a lot about transparency and sustainability. I think the sum is responsibility. For Corridor, this means that we actually work in the factory with the tailors every season to create the garments and ensure the workshops are environmentally certified (ISO 9001) and socially accountable (SA 8000). You can feel good knowing where and how the garment was made.
This garment was a made in 3rd generation, open air workshop with on site day care, garden, paying a living wage to the artisans who made the goods. The workshop is located in Madras, India and melds the new (Japanese sewing machines) and the old (hand embroidery, hand loomed fabrics, natural dying) for a product that is authentic and contemporary. This is a mostly woman operated factory and is partnered with a rehabilitation center for women encountering domestic violence. We work out of the workshop for approximately two months of the year.