Iron Heart Super Heavy Winter Flannels, Winter Down Vests & Jackets, and More... Our motorcycle loving hooligans from Tokyo are back with some items to keep you toasty during the colder months while ripping through the hills on your Harley Panhead with a head full of whiskey. They wanted to out-do their heavy flannels from last year so they pushed the envelope a bit with these new versions, these are extremely soft to the touch and very heavy in weight. Constructed to last and heavy duty snap buttons that have a serious "snap" to them when shut. For the first time Iron Heart has gone into the field of outerwear with their new 60/40 Down Collection. Doing a Down Vest and Jacket in Navy and Khaki with an interior phone pocket and exterior hand pockets with snap enclosures. Iron Heart has also done a very small run of a very special sterling silver bracelet with a Tiffany style clasp. These are amazing to us, and only five were made. One for SESF, one for SENY, one for our UK counterpart, one for the Iron Heart store in Tokyo, and one for a Self Edge owner. Definitely not for everybody, but that's a good thing when there's only five made. As usual these are made in one run, once sold out they'll be gone for good. We've also received a small restock of the Hickory Stripe shirt, Tan Belts with a Brass Buckle, Viyella Shirts, Shaggy Check Shirts, and all jean models. All these items are now available at SESF, SENY, and in our online store. Check the online store for hi-res images, full specs, and measurements:http://www.selfedge.com/shop/index.p...index&cPath=71Super Heavy Winter Flannels60/40 Down Jackets60/40 Down Vests925 Sterling Silver Bracelet
Can you describe the two models? Definitely looking for a winter jean but hesitant on flannel lined. Could be amazing though. How heavy is the combo? 30+ ozs? If I cuff, will the flannel show? Is it plaid? Again could be great or awful very curious, thanks
X-Posted from my column on Selectism:http://selectism.com/columns/kiyababzani/The Works Garage by Iron Heart I'm in Tokyo for business and was invited out by the president of Iron Heart to take a tour of their newly opened shop. I think i was more excited to see the motorcycles than any other part of the store or jean repair facilities. The store is out in Hachioji City, but worth the trip. We drank quite a few glass bottled Cokes, talked heavy denim, discussed further projects, picked up some finished pairs of sample jeans, and admired their collection of Iron Heart branded bikes. It's interesting to see that in Japan this brand is purely for guys on motorcycles yet outside of Japan it appeals to a very wide range of customer and has no limitations based on whether or not you ride a bike. These guys live and breathe motorcycles and it's another interesting take on a classic American culture through the eyes of the Otaku Japanese. On to the photos.. The Works Garage The Iron Heart Collection of Bikes, Some of which are just shop bikes and used to go on sales calls. A $70,000 custom bike with sterling silver buttons and accents made for the Iron Heart president by Richard Stark (founder of Chrome Hearts) Dressing Room and Stock Custom IH Arcuate Seats and Tanks Pin-striped Buco Helmets Works Garage Staff Manager, Tom. This girl looks small and rides the largest fucking Harley Cross Bones you've ever seen, it's an amazing sight. Hiro replacing some regular rivets with sterling silver ones. The SEXIH07 jean, 19oz unsanforized Japanese selvedge denim, straight leg fit with a bit of taper, burly denim that's as heavy as Iron Heart's normal denim once soaked and shrunk down but fades like Flat Head's denim due to the loomstate nature of the denim and dye properties. Designed by Diesel. The SEXIH07BK jean, the overdyed version, seriously insane and will fade to indigo.