Japanese brand Jelado’s ‘Pirate of the Blue Dye’ Raider Coat is designed in line with its name, and as you might imagine a Pirate’s Coat to be, the Coat is detailed: Tasteful workwear-meets-pirate patterning inspired by 20th century coveralls, artful single-needle construction, asymmetrical chest pockets, pin-back buttons, eye-catching reinforcements on the hand pockets.
Dang, right? Not to mention the truly beautiful sulfur-dyed wabash fabric that was produced exclusively for Jelado that the Coat is cut from. This thing will assuredly provide it’s wearer, with time and wear, a beautiful piece of wabash with high contrast fading while still being durable and rugged-as-heck.
The coat is a technical artwork, and its clear versatility means it’s a keeper, for pirates and farmers alike. Thanks to Jelado we can live out the legend of the Indigo Pirate, the Pirate of the Blue Dye, and achieve some of the sickest fades on the seven seas.
Available at Clutch Cafe for £415 (~$540USD).