A Sack Jacket Cut For Women
Dawson Denim created a Sack jacket cut for women. This jacket style is made with an 11oz Wabash printed indigo-dyed twill which is exclusively made for the brand by their partner mill in Okayama, Japan.
A Classic Workwear Shape
The Sack jacket is a classic workwear shape first named so in the 19th Century. On the chest is one pocket, and there’re two lower pockets as well. There’s even a watch buttonhole at the closure so you can fasten your pocket watch.
The jacket by Dawson Denim is made entirely by hand in the workshop of the brand in Brighton. Sewn-on vintage machines from the 1950s, all the patterns for their products are cut, graded, and finished by hand. The jacket is stitched with stone thread color, they used core-spun thread designed specifically for denim. The pockets on the jacket are lined with natural Japanese herringbone fabric for extra strength.
Other Features Of The Jacket
Other special features on the jacket are a hidden internal pocket, selvedge hanger loop, die-cast placket button, two-prong nail cuff buttons (this style was first patented around the 1870s), and bucket-shaped pockets.
Unique Numbered And Signed By The Maker
The Dawson Denim jacket is hemmed using their 1959 Union Special Hemmer. The buttonholes are made with an authentic Reece 101 machine. Each jacket is numbered and signed by the maker of the jacket to make it extra special.