Workers Jacket – Freenote

USA Made


Freenote Cloth’s Workers Jacket ($320) is an intricately designed, quality-down-to-the-last-detail kinda product that both takes inspiration from, and overhauls, uniquely American cultural aesthetics. Standout features of the jacket include Kuroki Japanese selvedge denim, custom pocket and metal trims and a hand selected striped lining. With a mix of mostly cotton, acrylic and polyester materials, you’ll be pleased with the comfortable fit and warmth the jacket provides. Plus, the ‘worker jacket’ style isn’t just thrown in for tag-ability or mere lip service – even though it’s a nice and decently pricey item, the Chore Jacket’s durability ensures that the threads can withstand the rigors of a workshop. Moreover, it’s stylish enough to go with you on just about any occasion. Freenote is headquartered in San Juan Capistrano on the left coast and the company is a family affair (founded by Brothers Matt and Andrew Brodrick) that takes pride in doing all of their fabrication and manufacturing in either LA or Orange County, an allegiance to keeping things American made we can certainly get fully behind.


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