Arguably one of the strongest cotton fabrics, Moleskin can make for a tasty rendition of any classic garment and this Iron Heart Type III is no exception.
SOSO's 33.14 oz. denim is made from super strong, family-grown Australian cotton and is officially the heaviest denim in the world.
If there ever was a trucker worth the investment, it would be a sherpa or wool-lined piece like this, especially if it's chilly in your neck of the woods.
The Flat Head has paired its reliable 3XXX raw selvedge denim with an even more reliable trucker silhouette.
Made from Japanese fabric in the USA, no one needs to know this 3sixteen jacket isn't covered in your hard-earned fades.
For those who are looking for a leather jacket that isn't your usual top grain, sleek black affair, look no further than this Iron Heart Modified Type III.
Ken in Vancouver has worn his Tellason 14 oz. Denim Jacket for around 4.5 years but truthfully, had he said 45 years, I think we all would have believed him.
Staying true to Freenote Cloth tradition, this smoky Type III is made in the U.S.A. from the very best Japanese materials.