Updated Engineer Workwear Style
Dawson Denim’s Engineer jacket is an updated version of the classic workwear style. The Engineer jacket was worn by Engineers throughout the 20th century. It was designed specifically without a collar to avoid any mishaps in production.
Fabric Woven On Authentic 1920s Loom
The Dawson Denim jacket is made of a 14.5oz rigid selvedge fabric with a white ID. It is woven on authentic Japanese Toyoda looms which were developed in the 1920s.
Details Of The Jacket
The entire jacket is stitched with stone color thread, core-spun for extra strength. The jacket has fully felled triple stitched seams.
On the jacket are large pockets attached, and there’s an internal hunters pocket too. This hidden Hunters pocket is made in selvedge blue and white twisted yarn, perfect to carry iPads.
Next to that, it features raglan sleeves, branded buttons and label, two-piece sleeves, and even a selvedge hanger loop in the neck.
Numbered By Hand
Each Dawson Denim Engineer jacket is numbered by hand, signed by the maker.