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BLUE BLUE JAPAN INDIGO DYED SASHIKO COVERALL JACKET - SOLD

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by amin, Aug 25, 2016.

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  1. amin

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    Price includes shipping
    Shipping from London, UK

    Condition -Worn once. Tags are included.

    Measurements (approx in inches)

    Shoulder to Shoulder 16.5
    Pit to Pit 19.5
    Back Length from collar seam - 25.5
    Shoulder to Cuff 23.5

    FYI, I am an XS in most brands and this fits me

    Having mastered their craft over their 25 years history, you could say Blue Blue Japan know a thing or two about indigo. Coming from a country steeped in denim making tradition, the brand put the tried and tested techniques of its manufacturers to work across a variety of designs borrowing detailing and silhouettes from the worlds of military design, workwear and Americana to stunning effect season after season.

    Based on the classic chore coat, the Blue Blue Japan Indigo Dyed Sashiko Coverall Jacket is cut from a highly textured cotton canvas, dyed with natural indigo for a rich and vibrant hue. Expertly made in Japan, it is equipped with three patch pockets and is closed with a full button placket.

    100% Cotton
    Indigo Dyed Canvas
    Spread Collar
    Three Button Closure
    Three Patch Pockets
    Made in Japan
     
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