A Classic 1930’s-Inspired Denim Jacket Style
The Oldblue Company’s last piece for their 10th-anniversary celebration is their Steamroller jacket. This jacket is inspired by 1930’s railroad worker jackets. A classic denim jacket style that closes their golden decade collection.
The Special Details Of The Jacket
The Steamroller jacket is a version of the Loco Jacket. A jacket style that was originally designed specifically for railroad workers, hence the name. In old pictures, you can see railroad workers wearing this jacket style over their bibs.
The Oldblue Company gave their unique twist to the jacket with unique details like 4 big front pockets and 1 small pen pocket, 1 concealed inner pocket, watch pocket with the corresponding slanted buttonhole, triple chain stitch construction, raglan’ style shoulders for better mobility, curved hem, their signature particular stitching style, vintage-inspired brass shank buttons, specially customized buttons, and buttons made by Scovill USA.
The 140z Non-Selvedge Denim Fabric
The Oldblue Company jacket is made with a 14oz non-selvedge denim fabric produced by Cone Denim. The fabric is washed once and woven at the now-closed White Oak plant. The one wash state of the fabric makes it a less break-in period. The threads of the fabric are rope-dyed, so expect great fading results over time with wear.
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