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This windbreaker features an outer shell made of a synthetic rayon blend, with an inner lining of soft cotton. The outer shell is primarily navy blue with seafoam green accents on the cuffs, zippers, and obliques. The jacket has patchwork sleeves produced in a boro/scab style. The sleeves are constructed of various materials including reflective 3M, soft cotton, workwear pants, denim, bleached denim, and acrylic, among others. The sleeves are also remarkably thick, at some points reaching six to eight layers of fabric. This allows them to function as a cast of armor, making the windbreaker highly utilitarian as skating or fighting apparel. The thickness of the sleeve means it will absorb impacts readily and hold the arm in place. A cropped Siyousen logo and perpendicularly striped boro patchwork have been scab-patched onto the left sleeve. On the back of the jacket lies a painting abstractedly depicting Neo-Eclectic Architecture. The painting has been split into eight strips with reflective 3M spanning the areas between the strips, connecting various elements and producing an asymmetrical vertebral pattern, reminiscent of skeleton jackets. More 3M-laden fabric strips lie diagonally across the back, branding the garment Siyousen, making the jacket’s back highly reflective and utilitarian for night wear. The jacket has five pockets – two side pockets which are located on the jacket’s obliques (lower abdomen), one breast pocket, one lighter pocket attached to the breast pocket, and one hidden blunt pocket inside the front zipper.