After reading the strapline to this piece you might have been expecting something a lot more industrial and perhaps even hi-vis. But this incredibly understated and stylish two-piece from Hinoya‘s in-house label Burgus Plus is a glorious blend of form, function, and fade potential.
Starting with the top half, the Coverall takes its asymmetrical pocket orientation and triple stitching from the 40s, and its loose silhouette/fit from a range of mid-century coveralls. The pants follow a similar direction with their vintage work pant inspiration, deep rise, and loose fit resulting in the widest silhouette that the brand currently offers- now let’s get to that fabric.
Both garments are cut from a 12 oz. denim (63% cotton/ 37% acrylic) that features an indigo + sulfur dye mix warp and acrylic dyed weft that gives protection against flames/sparks. Of course, I wouldn’t advocate running into a burning building in these garms, but this feature would certainly make this a super stylish camping outfit. Both are made in Japan and boast Button Works buttons as well as a YKK zipper on the pants.