Ginew Denim Rider Jacket Made Of Cone Fabric
The Native American denim brand Ginew always make a strong link to their rich family history. Each item contains unique details with a family story. Their previous Heritage Coat and Thunderbird Coat are perfect examples of this. They just released their new Denim Rider Jacket.
The Ginew Denim Rider Jacket is made of one of the last meters of the legendary White Oak mill. The fabric is a 12oz selvedge rigid fabric with a blue line. It runs on both sides of the closure. The collar of the denim jacket is inspired by an early Harley Davidson motorcycle club jacket. This denim jacket pays again homage to their family, this time to their grandfather. On weekly base he left the Mohican reservation to weld for Harley Davidson during the 1950’s and 1960’s.
The hardware of the jacket is custom made for Ginew in the USA. For extra wear comfort they added two front side seam pockets. And in the inside of the jacket there’s a front pouch pocket. The jacket has extra length which makes it a perfect jacket while riding a motorcycle.