Once again, a fantastic translation... we would add that this piece fits true to size.
Based on a work coat from the early 1940s, just before the Wabash stripes disappeared. This is a luxurious specification before the Great War model.The details of each part such as the three-needle sewing specifications, the swing button, the snap button on the chest, and the color scheme are the same as the "11oz. BLUE DENIM WORK COAT".
just like dead stock with a cutter tag attached at the time of cutting for part recognition, a paper flasher, etc., which are rarely left in vintage.A union ticket is sewn on the right breast pocket.Details unique to work wear are attractive, such as a strong construction sewn with 3-needle winding stitching and reinforcing bar tacks at the pocket openings.There are two adjustment buttons on the cuffs, and it is a specification that can be adjusted in two stages.Reproduce the swing button, which is rare even in vintage.