Engineered Garments has long made their bones by interpreting American workwear staples through their Japanese dystopic lens. Their latest release has all the hallmarks of a coverall chore coat, but has a more sinister edge than what you’d see off the line at LC King.
The denim is listed as 12oz. Cone Mills but they don’t specify if it’s American White Oak or even selvedge at all, the bartacks are classic workwear red, and the snap buttons are a playful anachronism.
The jacket is now available for $499 at End Clothing, but like most of the brand’s products you can’t order it directly online. If it’s EG, phone home.