Reinterpreting the kind of work jacket worn by railroad workers at the turn of the century, the  Heartland Jacket is a prime example of the brand’s ability to transmute archive pieces for the 21st century. The jacket, built with indigo duck canvas woven on an old-style shuttle loom, has unique construction that lacks side seams, meaning there’s just one large panel that encompasses both the front and sides. There’s unique double stitching at the shoulder tops and sleeves, complemented with distinctive chest pockets and single side selvedge with a green line. Rope dyed yarn ensures that the fabric will fade beautifully with wear.

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