This raw denim jacket features a button up front, two breast pockets with flap button closures and two front slit pockets.
*14.75oz Raw Cone Mills Denim
*Front Button Closures
*Two Front Breast Pocket
*Two Front Slit Pockets
*Made in U.S.A.
This jean jacket features back arm hole slits with contrasting white unbleached cotton lining throughout. There is elastic cinching at the waist line to help create a fitted but comfortable look.
*100% Duck Canvas Cotton
*Three real horn buttons and one metal open-top button closure *Elastic cinch at side back waistline
*Contrast fabric is 100% unbleached cotton drill at under the collar, action pleats, and inside waistband, cuffs and front pockets
*Made in USA
First Standard Co. is a contemporary denim brand driven by the commitment to creating enduring craftsmanship in garments that are at once highly functional and expressive. Based in New York City's Lower East Side, First Standard has followed the lineage of Industrial era garment signatures, modernizing this foundation into an avant-garde designer collection. From the tradition of American work wear, all aspects of the collection are produced domestically, using Cone Mills selvage denim, Scovill zippers, copper hardware from North Carolina, and fabricated by a long standing North Eastern manufacturer. First Standard is made for an individual who has the spirit to embrace re-inventive thinking translated from the old; beyond accepted forms of today's denim wear.
This Schott 141 naked cowhide leather jacket from Schott features their classic fit with a removable liner, bi-swing back with underarm footballs.
*26" naked cowhide
*Removable pile liner
*Underarm footballs for movement
*Three slit pockets
*Union Made in the USA
Schott NYC jackets have become a symbol of American culture, growing and changing as America does, defining everything they do and every jacket they make. From the creation of the PERFECTO motorcycle jacket, made famous on the backs of Brando, Dean, Springsteen and the Ramones, to crafting jackets to protect Flyboys during WWII. Schott doesn’t make jackets that get worn, Schott Bros. makes jackets that continue to define American culture.