Closeouts. Marc New York by Andrew Marc gives military issue an upscale interpretation in the Edison jacket -- made from a soft cotton that's been washed and washed again to achieve the look and feel of a well-worn, most-treasured jacket.
Reviewed by robinhood from pittsburgh on Wednesday, February 18, 2015
While a disagree with other reviews, the jacket is not short. I wear a large and ordered a large the sleves are ok in length, but tight under the arm pits. The fit is slim and maybe thats why. Good jacket overall.
Reviewed by El Presidente from Lake Tahoe on Thursday, October 4, 2012
Advice on sizing from other reviews was very helpful. Ordering up one size made everything work. XXL is a perfect XL, with proper sleeve length. Jacket is a nice upgrade on the jacket the Army let me wear in the '70s. ....Sans the starched fatigues. Great quality cotton. Perfect OD with contrasting liner. Lighter weight than the "real deal" and much more comfortable. Slight taper on the rib cage area. Lower front cargo pockets double as hand warmers via side entry. Couldn't be happier.
Reviewed by Shane from Dallas, Texas on Wednesday, February 29, 2012
I absolutely love this jacket! The other reviews were correct in that you should definitely go up a size in the jacket. I generally wear a small/medium, so I chose a medium in it and it fits perfectly. Since I went up a size, the sleeve length was perfect. You can easily wear this jacket with anything from tees to button ups. If you're looking for a high quality and an awesome looking military jacket, pick up this jacket! It's the perfect take on the modern M65 styled jacket.
Reviewed by Bob from NYC on Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Loved the look of the jacket, but am returning this one due to poor fit. I went a size larger due to another review which was completely accurate. I'm normally a L but I ordered XL and the body of the jacket fit great, but the sleeves were still slightly short. If you have long arms, I'd say keep looking. If not, it's a great looking jacket.