TCB Jeans Cat Boy Jacket, Denim
We reproduced the cowboy jacket when they were made with righthand twilled fabric with the triple stitches, the cinch-back, and the hair-on-hide patch.
The cut is modified to a slimmer fit with longer dress length so that the co-orp looks more stylish, which is our recommended way to dress this jacket out!
The iconic jacket back then had been released as Slim Jacket for the cowboys. Big front pocket, the triple stitches, and the cinch-back. All those details still shine today as brightly as before
Buttons: Brass-ish finished with the S-shaped props with CATBOY logo.
The fabric is exclusively made for this in reverence to the transition timing for the cowboy brand when they started to transfer to the famous left hand twilled fabric. The period was between 1924 and 1944, from which you can feel nostalgic about the good old days.
The cotton used is from the US of A.
The pants used to be sold as work wears for cowboys so that they must have been durable enough to survive through the tough use on horses. For this jeans, as our respect to the heritage jeans, we faithfully reproduced it with 13 OZ selvedge denim.
To reproduce the unique slubbiness like the one on vintage, the fabric was woven very slowly with the tension for the warps kept very loose by a vintage loom.
For the wefts, we selected pre-dyed grey thread so that stains or dusts will look conspicuous even when the jeans get faded, which was of course invented more than 50 years ago by our great ancestors in the denim world
The yarn count for both warps and wefts is 7.
This fabric is exclusively made for TCB, called TCB COWBOY.