Traditional workwear meets luxurious, durable materials in this offering from Edwin’s ‘Over Works Factory’ collection. This mid-20th century inspired chore jacket has been crafted from a beautifully soft mid-weight denim which has been treated to a unique ageing process which gives this piece a true heritage feel. The collar and pocket flaps have been lined with a tobacco coloured thick wale corduroy which is soft and hard wearing, and provides comfort on the neck when the jacket is fully buttoned. Speaking of buttons, this model has been fitted with custom made ‘union’ style gold buttons with the brand’s iconic logo, which stand out beautifully against the faded denim.
To ensure that this garment serves its working purpose, Edwin have fully lined their chore jacket with a traditional stripe serge wool, which insulates and protects from cold winds. The chest pocket has a custom woven brand banner as would have been found on similar models of the time, and this relaxed fit coat has been constructed with double felled seams throughout, to ensure that it will stand the test of time. Edwin have spared no expense when it comes to detail on this coat, and their enduring pursuit of excellence has resulted in a great piece which feel like it has come directly from the golden age of American work wear.
- Relaxed fit Chore Jacket
- Mid-weight, custom rinse denim
- Thick wale corduroy collar and pocket flaps
- Traditional blanket wool lining
- Double felled seams for durability
- Custom ‘Union’ style gold buttons
- Custom woven vintage brand labels
- Made in Japan