The Baker jacket made with washed 11 oz. Wabash denim. Patch pockets. Cut and sewn in Italy.
*Hickory stripes, like wabash, were made for hard work. Most famously circulated by Lee, this heavyweight seersucker fabric had many of the same virtues as denim. The fabric was tough, but breathable, and the pattern obscured stains. It was no small wonder that this tough-wearing material (as tough as hickory) was mobilized as the de facto uniform of America’s railway workers.