OVERDYED SLIT TRUCKER
A work jacket in a basic form.
The pattern features a sleeve transition line connected to the rear yoke transition line, and the signature lockstitching runs from the cuff, through the back, and connects to the opposite cuff.
It also features a cut-off detail at the pocket opening, inspired by the art of Lucio Fontana.
This is the brand's first product-dyed garment, and it features a vivid green color that can only be achieved by product-dyeing.
There is some shrinkage during the process of product dyeing.
The fabric is a high-density twill fabric called Bizen Ichi-go, which was used for school uniforms until the 1960s.
It has excellent durability and takes 10 times longer to weave than normal fabrics, so it is characterized by its texture and suppleness.