Men’s Quilted Blue Windbreaker Jacket with Hood
The Quilts of Gee’s Bend are blankets made by a gathering of ladies and their precursors who live or have lived in the confined African-American villa of Gee’s Bend, Alabama along the Alabama River. The blankets of Gee’s Bend are among the main African-American visual and social commitments to the historical backdrop of workmanship inside the United States. A considerable lot of the inhabitants locally can follow their lineage back to subjugated individuals from the Pettway Plantation.
Edward Quilted Blue Windbreaker Jacket is made up of nylon. The inner shell is made up of quilted polyester lining. The front is in zipper style. The collar is high neck with belt and cuffs are open hem. The hood of the jacket is removable. The jacket has four outside and two inside pockets. The color of the jacket is blue.