Stevenson Overall’s Saddle Horn Gets Reincarnated as a Type II Jacket
Timeless, iconic, and truly American, the denim jacket is a perennial garment in many of our wardrobes. And while the three models formulated by Levi’s will always be the archetypal denim jackets, artisanal labels like Stevenson Overall Co. has the capability to take a classic to a whole new level.
The Saddle Horn Type II Jacket is built from a rope-dyed 12oz. indigo raw denim that’s hairy, rich in texture, and finished with a green-listed selvedge I.D. Once-washed to reduce any shrinkage, this piece is ready to wear and full of fading potential.
Giving the traditional Type-II jacket the Stevenson-treatment, the Saddle Horn Type II features a short, boxy body with two ornately curved front pockets with decorative stitching and exposed rivets, as well as dual pleats and a curved front yoke. Made in Japan with single-needle construction, each piece comes complete with a selvedge cinch-back adjuster, branded iron buttons, and Stevenson’s signature biplane neck label.
Available at Rivet & Hide for $395.