1st-Pat-Rn

Created by Cristiano Berto, 1ST-PAT-RN (a military term that refers to the first prototype of a model) revive military and workwear through the use of knitted fabrics and simple "fundamental" items.

The tangible quality and the specific style which were integral part of sartorial designed garments, by producing a small but very targeted collection, inspired by civil, military and utility patterns.

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  1. Lands ADV Military HBT Jacket

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    Lands ADV Military HBT Jacket

    Black

    USD 337.50 (Tax Free)
  2. Woody Pima Corduroy Jacket

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    Woody Pima Corduroy Jacket

    Camel

    USD 326.25 (Tax Free)
  3. Woody Pima Corduory Jacket

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    Woody Pima Corduory Jacket

    Black

    USD 326.25 (Tax Free)
  4. Trad Pima Corduroy Trouser

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    Trad Pima Corduroy Trouser

    Camel

    USD 196.87 (Tax Free)
  5. Trad Pima Corduroy Trouser

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    Trad Pima Corduroy Trouser

    Black

    USD 196.87 (Tax Free)
  6. Tactical ADV Military Pant

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    Tactical ADV Military Pant

    Black

    USD 219.38 (Tax Free)
  7. Tactical ADV Military Pant

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    Tactical ADV Military Pant

    Olive

    USD 219.38 (Tax Free)
  8. Inner ADV Military HBT Vest - Olive

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    Inner ADV Military HBT Vest - Olive

    Olive

    USD 157.50 (Tax Free)
  9. Inner ADV Military HBT Vest

    1st-Pat-Rn

    Inner ADV Military HBT Vest

    Black

    USD 157.50 (Tax Free)
  10. Gabardine 60/2 Trad Pant

    1st-Pat-Rn

    Gabardine 60/2 Trad Pant

    Tan

    USD 264.37 (Tax Free)
  11. Lands ADV Military HBT Jacket

    1st-Pat-Rn

    Lands ADV Military HBT Jacket

    Olive

    USD 337.50 (Tax Free)
  12. Kodiak Pima Corduroy Jacket

    1st-Pat-Rn

    Kodiak Pima Corduroy Jacket

    Black

    USD 348.75 (Tax Free)

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Created by Cristiano Berto, 1ST-PAT-RN (a military term that refers to the first prototype of a model) revive military and workwear through the use of knitted fabrics and simple “fundamental” items, the tangible quality and the specific style which were integral part of sartorial designed garments, by producing a small but very targeted collection, inspired by civil, military and utility patterns.