Kapital is, well, Kapital. And that’s a really good thing. Even their most classic fare is like eight degrees off whatever source material it might be referencing, and they’re always an important eight degrees. Like, at first glance, this Ringoman Coverall Coat looks normal — there’s a sorta weird pocket at the waist, but there’s no glaring indication that it was cooked up in the same lab as, for instance, the Skeleton Aloha or the pants that are also an apron—but (BUT) then you turn it around and see a giant ass slant pocket at one side of the back and also notice that you can get into it from either side and that the front pockets are more dramatically different in size then they first appeared and that some of them have compartments and also that the hemlines are all zigging where they’re supposed to be zagging and that even classic Kapital is most definitely Kapital.
Made with a 12 oz. indigo-dyed cotton denim fabric, this coverall-ish jacket features a spread collar, a leather-backed button front placket, button cuffs, lined round pockets at the front and back waist, a straight hem, and a slightly boxy fit.
Built to fade just like their elite-level jeans, this just-asymmetrical-enough piece is a damn-near-prefect subversive answer to the classic coverall, and should play all fall long. It might even soothe the sting of an entire summer lost. (Probably not, but it could.)
Available for $406 at Stag Provisions