This jacket is designed based on workwear and Native American inspirations, both of which are essential characteristics of Stevenson Overall Co. The chore coat may look hard to put together, but the colouring is meant to go along any casual attire.
The original 12oz. Jacquard fabric is woven in eight different ways, with six other threads to create this magical and colourful display of southwestern patterns.
This masterpiece jacket has pattern matched hip pockets and six made in the USA vintage nickel coin concho buttons (two on the sleeves).
The outer fabric is made by reproducing a vintage Native American blanket design using a jacquard loom machine. The interior is brushed up for warmth and comfort. The blanket has always been an integral part of Native American life. Historically, Indian people wore blankets made from woven plant fibres, animal hides, and fur and eventually from fabric woven by hand from wool or cotton. Long before the advent of white settlers, Native Americans traded blankets in exchange for other goods; therefore, to accept commercially made blankets from Europeans in trade for beaver pelts was a natural transition.
Stevenson Overall manufactures entirely in Japan on antique machinery. It produces incredibly durable and characterful garments featuring some unique construction details.
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