Based on the vintage coveralls, the coveralls are made from Flathead's original 10oz denim fabric. Create a sample by repeating trial and error until completion. By repeating small corrections, we have created a new coverall that combines the originality of the flat head with the vintage-like design.
・ COTTON100% (old-fashioned shuttle loom) ・ Original brass button ・ Main part winding stitch (triple stitch) ・ One wash color: Indigo Blue
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10oz denim coverall
Based on the vintage coveralls, the coveralls are made from Flathead's original 10oz denim fabric. Create a sample by repeating trial and error until completion.By repeating small corrections, we have created a new coverall that combines the originality of the flat head with the vintage-like design.
Based on the vintage coveralls, the size has been adjusted many times so that the silhouette looks neat. The abdominal pocket has been finely modified to prevent it from spreading out, especially when worn. There are pockets on the sides of the body, but they firmly follow the line of the body and prevent it from spreading outside.
10oz selvedge denim (antique shuttle loom)
The original fabric is woven for the vertical and sharp discoloration that are characteristic of flat head denim. You can enjoy clear shades of color and vertical drop due to the unevenness of the fabric over time. As it is a light ounce fabric, it can be worn lightly.
Reinforcement of each part
The same 10oz denim fabric as the body is attached to the back of the cuffs and the bottom of each pocket, and the original slake is attached to the inside of the left chest pocket for reinforcement. It reproduces the bonding reinforcement that was also seen in vintage coveralls.
Selvedge unique to shuttle looms
One of the vintage details, the back of the placket is made of Mimi (edge part), which can be said to be a proof of weaving with a shuttle loom. Mimi is used in the pocket watch pocket and the right chest pocket, which are not visible.
Commonly known as "chinst", it is the strap part attached to the top button part. It has the role of suppressing the fluttering of the collar due to the wind, etc., and is a detail found in work shirts and overalls before the 1930s.
The main part is sewn with triple stitch winding with 3 needles. It is stronger than the double stitch of two needles and has a workwear-like detail.