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    Double gauze fabric so comfortable you will want to enjoy them in every color!

    The classic "Type 1" Denim Jacket. This is a heritage piece that will stay with you through the years.

    We took a traditional shirt jacket and made added a panel to give it more depth. 

    A modern take on the classic chore jacket.

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    "The Blade"14oz Jacket- Indigo Raw 4-Way Stretch Selvedge

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    “The Blade” Denim Jacket design was based on a vintage denim jacket with pleats on the front, often seen in the 1930s. This symbol of vintage design was called "pleated blouse" in 1930 and originally adopted the design of a shirt. The design that symbolize vintage, such as pleat secured by box-stitches, a pocket on one side (not both sides), created more emphasized vintage-like design. This is a heritage piece that will stay with you through the years.

     MADE IN USA

    96% COTTON/ 4% POLYURETHANE

    Model is 6'2" and wearing a size M.

    Shirts-L/S Button Down. Measured in inches. Please visit our Size Guide for details on how we measure our garments. +/- .5 in. tolerance.


    S M L XL XXL
    Chest 20.25 21 22.5 23.75 25.75
    Shoulders 18.25 18.75 19.38 20 21
    Body Length 25.13 25.75 26.38 27 27.63
    Sleeve Length (Shoulder Seam) 24.63 25.75 26.63 27.5 28.34

    Color
    Indigo Raw
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    "The Blade" Jacket

    "The Blade" Denim jacket design is based on the vintage denim jacket with pleats on the front, often seen in the 1930s.  This symbol of vintage design was called "pleated blouse" in 1930 and originally adopted the design of a shirt. "The Blade" design honors vintage elements such as pleats secured by box-stitches and a pocket on one side, while also having a modern slim fit.