This is an amazing piece inspired heavily by Carharrt garments from the 20's up until the 50's. The fabric is based on an Chore jackets popular in the 1930's. The fabric is a 10oz denim with a much softer feel if you are used to TCB's other denim products. The colour is also a lot more blue rather than the dark indigo seen on other denim jackets and jeans. The twill line is much more visible on this fabric so expect much more vertical or "rain fall" fade is expected.
For the tag design and heart shaped buttons TCB have referred to a 20's Carharrt piece from their own collection.
The cut is referencing Carhartt chores typical of the 1940's and 1950's but with a few earlier features seen on chore jackets from the 20's including the set in sleeves and square collar with join in the centre.
-10oz Denim Fabric
-Heart shaped brass buttons
-Heart shaped "Catharrt" tag
-Set in Sleeves
-Low Slleve Caps often seen on 20's Chore Jackets
-Made in Japan
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