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Ginew Puts Nihon Menpu Selvedge To Work With Its Chore Jacket

Take the chore out of finding a new chore coat by taking a look at Ginew‘s Selvedge Denim Chore Jacket. We can vouch for Ginew, America’s premiere Native American workwear brand, who are only putting out solidly made gear that you’ll want to rotate into your daily wear for years to come. Just take a peek at the rest of the brand’s catalog and you’ll see what I mean.

The Chore Jacket in question is 13.5 oz. narrow loom selvedge denim, milled at Nihon Menpu in Japan. The collar comes lined with Ginew’s custom Pendleton “We Walk Together” wool blanket fabric. Ginew honors its heritage with a detail that’ll make you want to pop your collar.

As one expects from a chore coat, there are pockets abound, as well as Ginew branded hardware on the buttoning closure; pocket watch keyhole stitch on the front placket; and if you play your cards right, the potential to ascend into the ranks of the chore coat fade gods.

Available for $295 at Ginew