Everyone needs a blazer for work, even if your work is on a railroad in the early 1900s. And what better brand to offer such a garment than esteemed Japanese denim craft-masters, The Flat Head?
Coming in a slick three pocket cut, this indigo-dyed dream-coat has been made using vintage weaving machines usually used for denim, so it possesses a pretty special texture combined with a beautiful printed wabash stripe. It’s 100% cotton and features rounded pockets for that gentlemanly edge, bartacked pocket corners for extra strength, iron buttons and comes in a slim fit.
Made in Japan, the fabric weighs in at a modest 12oz. with an orange selvedge ID and is washed once for minimal shrinkage. The piece oozes detail, down to the single needle stitching and perfect joining of wabash pattern where two pieces of fabric meet.
Available for $671AUD (~$475USD) at Corlection.