Heller’s Cafe never ceases to amaze vintage freaks around the globe with their painstaking attention to detail and ‘to the T’ production methods. For all the lonesome railroad traveling souls that simply have one too many wabash stripe coveralls in their collection, enter the HC-232 Sack Jacket.
Calling back to a less popular, still historically accurate pattern, the HC-232 jacket features a different kind of wabash stripe. Don’t be fooled, the dot stripes are still there, but they’re broken up with thick, almost denim/salt & pepper-looking textured fabric patterns for a unique look. Other features include stamped brass buttons and two front waist pockets, and, for a truly authentic look, wear it hard and let it fade. Then send us pictures of course.
Available for $505 at Son Of A Stag.