Mister Freedom‘s wrangling up some corduroy with their new Corduroy Cowboy Jackets and California Lot 674 cut pants. The great flamboyant vintage-inspired brand Mister Freedom knows that corduroy and western styles are a state-fair-winning combination. There’s something magical about combining a fabric that feels refined and classy with a rugged design. Ideal for the colder seasons, this Japanese-milled 80-20 Cotton-Polyester 14-wale corduroy is modeled after cord from the past, just the way Mister Freedom likes it. Us too, Mister Freedom, us too.
The slim-fitting, traditionally cut Corduroy Cowboy Jacket is sewn up in MF’s USA-based sewing factory, and is available in two cowboy-friendly colorways, including a rich indigo that’s sure to fade with time spent either on horseback or subway seats. Features include Western-style flap pockets on the chest, western yokes, metal button closures throughout, adjustable cuffs, Wrangler-inspired Mister Freedom ‘M’ pocket arcuates, copper rivet reinforcements, and a Mister Freedom tag.
The California Lot. 674 in corduroy are the same pattern as MF’s iconic Lot 674 slim-straight jeans, but done up in that the same 14-wale cord. Wearing these two pieces together could be seen as overkill, but each of them could individually slot into your wardrobe with aplomb. These 5-pocket babies come detailed with MF ‘M’ pocket arcs, a leather pocket patch, a zip-fly, hidden rivets, non-hidden rivets, and Mister Freedom’s iconic cloth waist tag.
Available for $450 at Franklin and Poe.