Kapital Drops its Ringoman Coverall in Cotton-Linen Gabardine

Kapital‘s Ringoman Coverall has been a regular in the Japanese label’s collections for years, now. And while it doesn’t reach the eccentric heights of other Kapital garb, it encapsulates the brand’s DNA  — and that’s probably why they keep making it.

Seen this year in cotton/linen gabardine perfect for spring and summer temps, the Ringoman Coverall is a distillation of Kapital’s design prowess. It’s a workwear classic, chopped and screwed in a weird-yet-wearable way with asymmetrical patch pockets, a wonky button placket, and a large/charmingly unnecessary pocket on the pack panel.

The highly textured linen gabardine is deployed on the main portion of this Kap piece, contrasted by khaki 70/30 cotton/nylon twill on the sleeves and bar-tack reinforced patch pockets. Each piece is made in Japan, with a locker loop and branded Kapital label on the neckline.

Available for $491 from STAG.