The all-new Supply Vest Waxed Canvas combines RGT's legendary waxed canvas and cutting-edge lining for a multi-purpose layer.
The shell is built with the same 10oz waxed tan canvas made in the USA from the official jacket Daniel Craig wore in the newest James Bond 007 movie "No Time to Die". This beautiful waxed canvas only gets better with wear and age.
The body is fully lined with poly/cotton twill providing protection from cold, and the waxed canvas shell it's a formidable barrier to wind.
It's a unique vest with clever details like a welted chest pocket, inconspicuous handwarmer pockets and an interior right chest pocket. The fabric is a 10oz waxed canvas, a material that'll pick up plenty of patina over the years. It shows wear lines in crease areas where the wax moves around. Years later, the wax will begin to wear off, creating an interesting look that can be left as is or can be rewaxed to bring back its original lustre. This fabric embodies many of our favourite characteristics: it's functional, hard-wearing, and better looking at year five than it is at year one.
The vest is entirely made in the USA; it features a slim fit with added room in the chest to allow layers and all the RGT beautiful details such as branded nickel buttons and the slanted buttonhole. This extra buttonhole is a callback to when men wore pocket watches. The watch chain would fit through the hole, and the watch would be held in the breast pocket. Rogue Territory includes this in a lot of their pieces as a unique touch.
*You can expect up to 0.5" stretch in the shoulders and chest with wear.
Spot clean only. DO NOT put this vest in the water. DO NOT dry clean. Over the life of the vest (or any waxed canvas product), you may need to re-wax it to maintain its water-repellency and finish. This is the nature of waxed canvas. Also, this fabric will darken over time with wear. The wax that the mill uses on this fabric is Martexin wax.
Rogue Territory began in 2008 as a custom denim workshop located within American Rag’s World Denim Bar in Los Angeles, CA, offering fully bespoke one-of-a-kind denim pieces to a select clientele. Fall of 2009, they stopped making custom jeans to focus on ready-to-wear. Since then, RGT is known for its clean and modern aesthetic and impeccable fresh reinterpretations of garments produced during the Industrial Revolution of the 20th century.
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