Editor's Notes The souvenir jacket is a style that has evolved past its cultural origin and integrated itself into the fashion industry today. Originally designed for the U.S. military to bring home as a souvenir post-war, the now iconic silhouette is often hand-embroidered with traditional Japanese designs to commemorate the American Troops' time in Japan.
This souvenir jacket features a cuffed bomber jacket style collar, a front zip fastening, two front slip pockets and embroidered details on the back and front.
Size & Fit Medium
Fits true to size, take your normal size.
Condition Very Good
See condition chart
Details Satin exterior Lightly padded Cuffed bottom and arms
UK orders will be posted via Royal Mail 1st Class -a signed for next day service.If we receive your order by 2.30pm, Monday – Friday, we will get it to you next business day. If you order after 2.30pm on Friday then your order will leave on the following Monday.
Postage to the Republic of Ireland & Europe will be sent viaRoyal Mail International Trackedand typically arrives within 3-5 working days.
Postage to the Rest of World will be sent via DHL International Express and typically arrives within 3-5 working days.
We charge a flat, competitive rate depending on where you are – check the list below.
UK – £5 (Free over £150)
Europe – £15 (Free over £150)
Rest of World – £20(Free over £150)
If you are not satisfied with your purchase, you can return it. Returned items must be in their original condition and returned to us within 14 days of receiving the goods. Returned items must be unused & garment labels should not be removed.
Returned goods will be exchanged or refunded (minus the original delivery cost).
Brexit & Customs Information
American Madness is based in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland is staying within the EU Customs & VAT Union. This means our goods will travel freely within the EU without any extra charges.
Goods will also travel without any additional charges within the rest of the UK.
This is an arrangement between the UK & EU called the 'Northern Ireland Protocol'