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Coming Soon: 14.5oz Selvedge Denim 1950's Type II Jacket in Black FN-OJ-DB002
Coming Soon: 14.5oz Selvedge Denim 1950's Type II Jacket in Black FN-OJ-DB002
Coming Soon: 14.5oz Selvedge Denim 1950's Type II Jacket in Black FN-OJ-DB002
Coming Soon: 14.5oz Selvedge Denim 1950's Type II Jacket in Black FN-OJ-DB002
Coming Soon: 14.5oz Selvedge Denim 1950's Type II Jacket in Black FN-OJ-DB002
Coming Soon: 14.5oz Selvedge Denim 1950's Type II Jacket in Black FN-OJ-DB002
Coming Soon: 14.5oz Selvedge Denim 1950's Type II Jacket in Black FN-OJ-DB002
Coming Soon: 14.5oz Selvedge Denim 1950's Type II Jacket in Black FN-OJ-DB002
Coming Soon: 14.5oz Selvedge Denim 1950's Type II Jacket in Black FN-OJ-DB002
Coming Soon: 14.5oz Selvedge Denim 1950's Type II Jacket in Black FN-OJ-DB002
Coming Soon: 14.5oz Selvedge Denim 1950's Type II Jacket in Black FN-OJ-DB002
Coming Soon: 14.5oz Selvedge Denim 1950's Type II Jacket in Black FN-OJ-DB002
Coming Soon: 14.5oz Selvedge Denim 1950's Type II Jacket in Black FN-OJ-DB002

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Coming Soon: 14.5oz Selvedge Denim 1950's Type II Jacket in Black FN-OJ-DB002

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ETA: Spring

Model: FN-OJ-DB002

・ 14.5oz unsanforized denim woven on old-fashioned shuttle loom
・ Iron button
・ Original rivet
・ Main part winding stitch

- One-Wash

- Mastermade in Japan

Power loom, G series produced in the 1920s. A 50'S jacket using 14.5oz fabric woven with the so-called G3, which was born as a successor.
The unique unevenness and firm fabric give a rugged impression.
It is a jacket that you can enjoy the secular variation called "Atari" that appears while wearing.

Model spec: 173cm Wear: 38 inches (M)

50'S jacket made from 14.5oz rugged fabric

Power loom, G series produced in the 1920s. A 50'S jacket using 14.5oz fabric woven with the so-called G3, which was born as a successor.
The unique unevenness and firm fabric give a rugged impression.
It is a jacket that you can enjoy the secular variation called "Atari" that appears while wearing.

Rare old-fashioned shuttle loom "G3" that still exists in Japan

The loom that weaves the fabric is a rare loom commonly known as "G3".
It is a loom that gradually disappears from the low productivity of about 5 ⅿ per hour to weave the fabric, but the woven fabric has a rough and rugged look such as a unique rough feeling and unevenness of threads. Will show you. We use yarn dyed with sulfur dyeing, but since the warp yarn is dyed by the rope dyeing method, you can enjoy the change in texture called "Atari" as you wear it.

Original iron button that can be enjoyed over time

An original iron button made by sticking to the material so that you can enjoy the change in the texture of the parts according to the change in the texture of the fabric.
By applying rust prevention, the general brown rust does not appear, and the glossiness and blackness increase.

Characteristic details of the 50'S jacket, waistband

Adjuster belts are attached to both sides of the hem.
It's still seen today, but it's a characteristic detail from the 1950s.

Wind stitching that allows you to enjoy strength and aging

The main parts such as the armholes are sewn with a two-needle chain stitch sewing machine. The strength is increased by winding the fabric and the fabric and sewing.
By wearing it for a long time and repeating washing, an expression called puckering due to the shrinkage of the thread appears.

Selvedge unique to shuttle looms

The inside of the front body uses Mimi (edge ​​part), which can be said to be a proof of weaving with a shuttle loom.

Pleats for ease of shoulder movement

There are pleats on the back, which gives you more space on your shoulders and back when you wear it.
Although it is a thick fabric, the pleats reduce the difficulty of movement such as stiffness and tension of the fabric.