Buzz Rickson's World War II Denim Jacket

Type: Outerwear

The denim blouse was created under regulations to alleviate the shortage of supplies during World War II. The pocket flap that had been attached to previous models was omitted, and the number of front buttons was changed from five to four.

Deerskin label with vegetable tanning. Iron arabesque donut button. For the left body, the pleat stitch starts and ends at the top, and for the right body, the seams begin and end at the bottom. Pocket stitch with a handmade feel. Selvedge is visible on the back of the endpaper. Pleats give movement. Stitching and rivet positions give a handmade feel. Original 13.6oz. denim with rough texture.

- Lot No. BR16041

- Made in Japan

- Model is 5'11"/170 lbs. and wears size 40

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