Ullac Redline Selvage Trucker Type 2 Jacket
Last year the Ullac brand was launched by founders Christopher Lynd and Gavin Weigh. The business model of the brand is to deliver directly to the end-consumer through their webshop. This to cut down the overheads and to offer their jeans for a competitive price. The price point is very sharp for their high-quality European made pair of selvage jeans. See their collection here.
Part of their collection is the Trucker Type 2 jacket. It’s called Pattern 017. The jacket is made of 16oz rigid redline selvage fabric from the Candiani mill in Italy. You can see the redline selvage on the inside closure on both sides. The fabric is woven on old authentic shuttle looms from the 1950’s. The Ullac jacket fit is slim-ish and boxy, something typical for this style that was introduced in the early 1950’s. On the front are two chest pockets with pleats. The buttons are undbranded and the jacket is entirely stitched with tobacco stitching. The jacket is made in Italy.
Every item is numbered by hand. This jacket is #47 of #50 from the 2nd batch. Looking forward to see a nice worn-out version of this Ullac Trucker Type 2 Selvage jacket.
The jacket and fit.
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