Suevas’ Corduroy x Canvas Coverall is Full of Rare Japanese Materials

If you’re reading this it means you’ve made the correct decision to stop scrolling and delve deeper into a strong contender for “coverall of the year“. A niche category, I know, but Hey – let’s run with it.

Japanese label Suevas has come more than correct with this latest iteration of their outerwear mainstay. The vast majority of this beauty is cut from a custom 100% un-dyed, medium-weight natural canvas from Takeyari Mills, a 130-year-old textile mill in Kurashiki City, Japan. The only exception is the addition of a gorgeous brown contrasting corduroy collar which sits above a regular fit that houses 3 patch pockets, and it’s in the middle of said collar where you’ll find the pièce de résistance — a custom top button, hand-made in porcelain crafted from clay mined in Amakusa City, Kumamoto.

If you’re going to cover it all, cover it all in Japanese-made splendor.

Available from Those That Know for $279.