The Chore coat was born in France in the late 1800s, initially designed for farmers and laborers, it was made of tear-resistant and wear-resistant fabrics, the most recognizable feature is certainly the presence of the numerous pockets that allow you to have any type of tool at hand. This aspect favored its use in the early 1900s also among workers and railway construction workers. With the arrival in the United States it begins to be called Chore coat, literally “fatigue” jacket.
- Cotton chore coat with contrasting buffalo check wool blend interior
- Corduroy collar, one chest pocket and two large bottom pockets, two needle stitching
- Button placket with fisheye buttons
- Stone wash that gives a vintage look