The Indigo Sashiko Chore Coat

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The Indigo Sashiko Chore Coat

Durability and ample pocket storage space make this limited edition coat a capable companion for any endeavor. The indigo-dyed Japanese cotton features subtle sashiko embroidery.


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Durability and ample pocket storage space make this limited edition coat a capable companion for any endeavor. The indigo-dyed Japanese cotton features subtle sashiko embroidery.

Story

Our Indigo Sashiko Chore Coat offers durability and ample pocket storage space, making it a perfectly capable companion for any endeavor. Made from an 11 oz indigo-dyed Japanese cotton featuring a subtle sashiko pattern, it’s cut and sewn in New York. Sashiko, a type of running stitch, originated in the Edo era to be both decorative and functional, and ultimately makes garments stronger. Three open patch pockets for stashing away tools, double-needle stitching, and an adjustable two-button cuff — with Best Made-branded shank buttons — offer incredible versatility. Washed and unlined, it’s a casual layer that offers a striking dose of Japanese color and pattern in a traditional American workwear cut.

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Specs
  • Two Lower Front Pockets
  • One Chest Pocket on Wearer's Left
  • Custom BMC Shank Buttons at Center Front and Cuffs
  • Garment Washed to Prevent Shrinkage
Materials
  • 11 oz. 100% Cotton Japanese Sashiko Fabric
  • Branded Metal Trims
Origin
  • Made in the U.S.A.
Care
  • Machine Wash Cold
  • Do not Bleach
  • Hang Dry
  • Cool Iron with Press Cloth if Needed
  • Indigo: Due to the nature of indigo dye, color bleeding is normal. Wash and wear your item with care until bleeding subsides. Avoid rubbing it against lighter fabrics, and wash separately for the first few times.