Chums Booby Face Mountain Parka
Awful name, great coat is the summary of the Chums Booby Face Mountain Parka.
The Booby Face moniker is related to the breast pockets, but only insomuch as it refers to the feathered mascot featured on the label. He is a booby bird, which is a seabird closely related to the gannet.
Away from the boobies and onto the coat, which is a cotton and nylon bland. Mountain parka standard issue.
It features three patch pockets but – veering away from mountain parka standard issue – also had one front zip pocket, which creates an interest asymmetrical look.
Chums is an outdoors brand founded by a Colorado River guide in 1983 after he designed a retainer to keep his sunglasses dry. It’s current clothing collection seems to have its impetus in the Japanese market.