Knickerbocker Mfg Co. has been making waves in the recent months with a huge push of new product, and even some new retail practices. With all the hustle and bustle, they have managed to keep the new pieces rolling out, and today we are taking a look at the Service Chore Coat.
Inspired by vintage USMC service chore coats, this piece is cut from 9oz. Japanese cotton herringbone twill that has been washed for a soft hand and worn look. One thing I always appreciate from KMFG is their understated detailing, and this coat is no exception with black copper 13 star tack buttons and woven labels produced on vintage machinery. It is cut in a tailored work fit and, as always, is made in NYC.
Available for $295 at Knickerbocker MFG.