Their First-Ever Released Denim Worker Jacket
The Italian denim brand Hen’s Teeth released their first-ever denim worker jacket. The jacket is inspired by the classic 1930s and 1940s Chore coats. A typical jacket style that was worn by railroad workers, and farmers back in the day.
Italian Selvedge Fabric
The Hen’s Teeth worker jacket is made of a fine 14oz Italian unwashed selvedge fabric. This 100% cotton fabric features an authentic redline selvedge ID. The selvedge is visible at the closure on the inside.
The Special Features Of The Jacket
On the front are two chest pockets, one pocket made for watches with a woven brand label, and the other pocket has a flap closure. There’s also a buttonhole at the closure which you can use to fasten your pocket watch. Both pockets are reinforced with rivets for extra durability. The two lower pockets are slanted designs, with the stitching detail of the back pockets of the brand’s jeans, so you can easily slip into them with your hands.
The brass buttons are branded with the Hen’s Teeth logo. On the neck of the jacket, there’s a hanging loop, and the collar is reinforced with zig-zag stitching on the back. The jacket is entirely stitched with Tobacco colored thread, and triple stitched on the sleeves for extra strenght.
The tailored fit of the Hen’s Teeth worker jacket is slightly shorter than the traditional worker jacket, this makes it more modern and easier to wear.