・ Brass button
・ Main part winding stitch
・ One wash
・ Color: Black
・ Size: 36 (S) / 38 (M) / 40 (L) / 42 (XL) / 44 (XXL)
* When worn , There is a possibility of dye transfer during washing, so please be careful when layering with light-colored items or washing.
Corduroy fabric 60'S jacket
A 60'S jacket made from corduroy fabric with unique irregularities on the surface of the fabric. The waistline has been squeezed to create a jacket with a tight fit that allows you to enjoy a clean silhouette. The corduroy fabric with a soft impression goes well with casual coordination, and you can enjoy the secular variation that appears when you wear it.
Characteristic corduroy fabric with unevenness
Corduroy fabric, which is one of the pile fabrics. Since the pile yarn is woven from the base to the surface, the surface of the fabric has unique irregularities called "ridges". The fabric dyed with sulfur dyeing changes over time as it is worn repeatedly, so you can enjoy changing facial expressions.
Chain stitch winding stitch
The main parts including the armhole are sewn by winding with a two-needle chain stitch sewing machine. By rolling up the fabric and sewing it up, the strength of the sewn part is increased, and the shrinkage of the cotton thread causes a secular variation called puckering.
Copper-colored original metal buttons are used for the buttons. The texture that is different from the iron button enhances the design.
Adjuster belts are attached to both sides of the hem.
A retro American design paper patch is used for the patch.
When you wear it and rubbing or cracking appears like vintage wear, the atmosphere of the jacket will also have a vintage feel.