Black Sewing Thread Gives this Kapital CACTUS Coverall a Stealthy Edge

If you’re a fan of chore coats and the Kapital CACTUS Coverall isn’t already on your radar, it should be. These incredibly good-looking, functional as hell, made-in-Japan work jackets are some of the nicest out. Plus, they’re now available in indigo sewn up with black stitching, so they just got a lot more inconspicuous.

Normally American-inspired denim is dotted throughout with contrast stitching, but not this jacket, the almost tonal stitching makes the jacket a lot more stealthy. If a simple, subdued color is your thing (AKA black), you might want to take a look at this one. Stock isn’t too deep at Blue in Green, so best grab one before it’s too late.

Features include a metal button front placket, dual patch hand pockets at the front, asymmetrical chest pockets complete with flap/pocket watch pocket/pen pocket details, interior pocket, and a nifty roomy back pocket that is big enough for a book, sandwich, Christmas gifts, etc.

Available for $389 from Blue in Green.