Wabash work jacket made by Pherrow's. The model is inspired by American work jackets from the early 20th century and the dotted indigo twill fabric is known as Wabash. The white lines made of small dots are a good way to make its wearer visible and it was commonly used in American workwear in the early 20'th century.
The jacket has removable buttons, a detail that was common back in the days when the buttons could be removed before washing and also easy to replace if needed. Older buttons could get rusty with time and this was a good way to keep rust from staining the garment.
- Pherrow's Wabash Work Jacket. - 100% cotton. - Indigo wabash twill fabric. - Watch pocket on left chest. - Inner pocket. - Removable buttons. - Made in Japan. - Small in sizes so make sure to check the measurements.