First Standard 1st Type jackets are made in accordance with and follow a 1940s World War II wartime production process.
All distinct characteristics of actual production / sewing influenced by the wartime were implemented in the maki ng of this jacket. It has industrial, meticulously thought through, utilitarian design that was common in 1940s.
Five different industrial sewing machines from that era were used in making this jacket.
Made with pride in New York City, USA
1. Cone Mills, White Oak denim with red line selvage.
Approximately 12.5 oz. 100% cotton.
Pendleton blanket, 100% wool.
Jacket has minimalistic design with only practical and necessary elements.
Utilitarian, roomy and boxy to accommodate free movement.
All seams flat felled stitched and copper riveted at stress points.
Rivets and buttons made by Universal Fastener Co. in USA.