The traditional work jacket was designed at the end of the 19th century in France to meet the needs of workers and laborers.
A square shape, large and numerous patch pockets, it was made of extremely resistant fabrics, typically in the color blue.
It was then also popular in the United States, until in 1967 it was worn by Paul Newman in “Cool Hand Luke” making it iconic.
Our summer version in garment-dyed diagonal cotton and linen canvas, makes this garment even more refined.
- 3-pockets work jacket in diagonal cotton and linen canvas
- Two large pockets on the bottom with flap and one small chest pocket, adjustable cuffs, fisheye buttons
- The garment dyeing gives the fabric the typical uniform dark blue, which will fade with time and use, making the garment unique