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The latest style from Eat Dust. This sleeveless denim jacket is made from 14 OZ natural cotton denim. The vest is styled with 2 patches on front pockets and the Eat Dust signature Z-BAR stitch in matching thread colour. Additional detailing includes Eat Dust Faded copper buttons and leather Eat Dust label.
All denim for this vest is sourced from Eat Dust's Belgian Mill.
The Eat Dust 673 is a heavy duty worker denim jacket made in 13 1/4OZ double ring Japanese indigo blue selvage denim.
these fit totally different. come try these on
Our interpretation of the “Type II” jacket that Levi’s released in 1953. Slightly longer in the body and less boxy than the original Type II, this Iron Heart version is constructed from our 18oz indigo weft /white denim and sewn together with super-strong poly/cotton constructional stitching.
Indigo 18oz Raw Selvedge Denim - Face
• Lightly sanforized, so treat as raw
• Right hand twill
• White weft, indigo rope dyed warp
This is our slubbiest denim and is woven under pretty high tension. It fades with a lot of contrast as the raised slubs give up their indigo. Not particularly breathable, so feels warmer than our signature 21oz selvedge denim. We do not put the denim through an anti-skewing process post-weave, so jeans made from this denim may exhibit leg twist, particularly in the left leg.
I made modifications based on 1st JK of 30's and modified it so that it is easy to wear even in modern times. I use the same cloth like 20 's PT and set up in the setup. The 12.5 oz dyeing of Vertical Yoko No. 8 bespoke from cotton is also a bluish indigo characteristic of this era.
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Straight out of Japan into The Shop Vancouver. TCB denim products.
TCB is produced on the basis of the paper patch of Levi's 507XX of vintage owned (2nd Type).
To modify the silhouette-class even in modern times, sewing thread also picked up one by one place the count and color.
Since the front pockets have put a stitch in the 2-needle sewing machine, stitch, such as rice balls on the corner.
And since it moved to flap sewing without turning off the yarn from the pocket sewing stitch Contains up under flap.
Kang stop of the front pocket, the thickness of the vintage to our customers, we have the same position and adjust the width.
Rolled seam of quite difficult armhole Among the manufacturing process also is due to vintage sewing machine.
Band, cuffs sewing at once without earth sewing back chain stitch, by the Special Union to Obisaki.
Cloth to be used Zimbabwe cotton about 13.5oz.
Rather than mechanically produced was uneven in the current mainstream of the computer, the Atari feeling created by the old-fashioned spinning machine, when the thick short fall the way is it a feature went connected to nature and the line, attracted the highest vertical drop with us.
34 width of a garment 46.5cm shoulder width 39cm dress length 61cm sleeve length 61cm cuff width 10.5cm
36 width of a garment 48cm shoulder width 41cm dress length 63cm sleeve length 63cm cuff width 11cm
38 width of a garment 49.5cm shoulder width 43cm dress length 65cm sleeve length 65cm cuff width 11.5cm
40 width of a garment 51.5cm shoulder width 45.5cm dress length 67 sleeve length 67cm cuff width 12cm
Material: about 13.5oz Zimbabwe cotton 100%
Sewing: Total cotton yarn
Production: MADE IN JAPAN
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Classic type 3 Jean jacket made from a Japanese red line selvage 13.5 oz. denim with added side pockets to keep your little hands warm. Made in San Francisco and damn near perfect
Jean Jacket made from our exclusive 16.5 oz Cone Mills White Oak Selvage Denim (sanforized). Two exterior side pockets and two interior pockets. "Model" is 6' 4" 180 lbs. and wearing size large. Made in San Francisco, Calif. USA