Amongst the countless heritage-inspired garments that are designed to be as authentic and true to times past as possible, it’s ironic that some of them may end up being future classics for vintage and denimheads alike. One garment that has a strong case for doing just that is the Stevenson Overall Co. Deputy Ranch Jacket, which is back again, just in time for a springtime patina mission.
After successful efforts in various denims and waxed moleskin, this updated version (dubbed the 2.0) boasts an irregular, moss green twill. Corduroy has been deployed on the inside-cuffs, collar and pocket flaps, and the yoke is piped with buttery pigskin suede. The jacket comes correct with SOC-style curvy pocket detailing, and to add more fuel to this already-blazing vintage fire, the back features a waist adjuster with oxidized buckles.