French Band Collar Work Jacket
In the Service of Gumption.
If you were in the military, they’d issue you your field jacket. Civilian manhood also requires a jacket. This.
For raking and bagging things.
Driving the skid steer.
Digging holes with a shovel and a heap of gumption.
Looking as if you don’t need to hire someone to build the wood shed, or change the oil in your 1971 Riviera. It’s no-nonsense in town too, for negotiating with the tax assessor or drinking a pint at the Station Bar.
French Band Collar Work Jacket (No. 6967). Unique early 20th century French work jacket design in 100% premium Japanese 9 oz cotton twill. Vintage metal shank button. Band collar. Welt chest pocket. Adjustable back belt. Reinforced shoulder. Drop shoulder construction. Ruched sleeves. A rare French artisans jacket used by artists and auteurs alike. Used by street cleaners, wood workers, sculptors, etc in early 20th century industrial France. Imported.