It's workwear. Real workwear. Tough, beautiful and hardwearing, a suit you can wear under a truck or in a bar, and guess what - it's not denim.
The 1930's style jacket is form-fitting and offers an air of sartorialism to a classic workwear piece. Its four pockets ensure the jacket is sufficiently utilitarian and includes a full lining that is perfect for all-year-round wear. The cloth used is a signature SJC weave that has been woven exclusively by SJC.
The Arkwright is a nod to Britain’s historic cotton manufacturing in rural Derbyshire, named after the inventor and “father of the modern industrial factory system" - Richard Arkwright.
The grey cloth seen here is SJC's own chambray open-weave with a Cabernet stripe. A vista of colours and textures upon close inspection, the weave blends into mild grey tones and the texture softens when observed from afar. It’s 16oz in weight, satisfyingly heavy and perfect for everyday wear.
- Twin box-pleat
- European yoke
- Four button-flap pockets