The Japanese Denim Chore Coat

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The Japanese Denim Chore Coat

Made from a military weight Japanese denim, this coat is designed to offer durability and ample storage space, making it a perfectly capable companion for workshop endeavors.


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Made from a military weight Japanese denim, this coat is designed to offer durability and ample storage space, making it a perfectly capable companion for workshop endeavors.

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Our Japanese Denim Chore Coat is designed to offer durability and ample storage space, making it a perfectly capable companion for workshop endeavors. Made from an 8 oz. military weight Japanese denim and cut and sewn in Texas, it’s a rugged, breathable take on the carpenter’s classic with universal utility. Three open patch pockets for stashing away tools, double-needle stitching, and an adjustable two-button cuff — with Best Made-branded Black Oxide tack buttons — offer incredible versatility, while the slow-woven denim is clean-cut enough for a stroll around town.

Fit
  • Jason is 6'2 and wearing a size medium
  • This jacket runs large. We recommended going down one size from your normal size
Specs
  • Two lower front pockets with one chest pocket on wearer's left
  • Custom YKK tack buttons at center front and cuffs
Materials
  • 100% 8 oz. Japanese cotton denim
  • Black oxide tack buttons
Origin
  • Materials sourced from Japan
  • Made in the USA
Care
  • Machine wash cool
  • 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 carefully until bleeding subsides. Avoid rubbing against lighter fabrics and wash separately for the first few washes