Shacket. Overshirt. Whatever you want to call it, Freenote Cloth makes a bangin’ one.
Whether you’re chopping wood or heading out for a night on the town, Freenote Cloth’s Alta overshirt is an overshirt for every occasion. Cut from a burly yarn-dyed wool blend fabric from Japan, the overshirt features dual front-welt pockets, custom horn buttons sourced from Italy, satin-lined sleeves and back yoke for a smooth slip-on, and quarter-inch single need stitch detailing throughout.
Like the majority of Freenote Cloth’s products, the Alta is made in the U.S.A. and is as functional as it is flattering. For an overshirt that features a color palette laden with contrasting colors that should absolutely not work on paper, like white and black or red and blue, somehow it just works. Sorcery, I tell you. If you’re looking for a piece to transition from winter to spring, an overshirt is a must, and this beauty can button-down with the best of ’em.
Available for $400 from Franklin and Poe.