The Indigo Pick Stitch Chore Coat

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The Indigo Pick Stitch Chore Coat

Our number one throw-it-on-and-go layer. Made from an exceptional Japanese fabric, this rugged take on the carpenter’s classic was developed with utility and versatility in mind.


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Our number one throw-it-on-and-go layer. Made from an exceptional Japanese fabric, this rugged take on the carpenter’s classic was developed with utility and versatility in mind.

Story

The Indigo Pick Stitch Chore Coat is designed with an easy, relaxed fit that makes it our number one throw-it-on-and-go layer. Made from an exceptional Japanese cotton canvas, it’s a rugged, breathable take on the carpenter’s classic, developed with universal utility in mind. The indigo-dyed pick stitch fabric is both stylish and durable, a versatile choice for everything from tasks at home to walks about town. Three open patch pockets provide ample storage for stashing away tools, making this a perfectly capable companion for all your workshop endeavors. Double-needle stitching and an adjustable two-button cuff — with Best Made-branded buttons — round out this multi-season coat.

Fit
  • A straight, easy, boxy fit. Perfect for layering.
  • Gabriel is 6'2 and wearing a size medium.
Specs
  • Two Lower Front Pockets
  • One External Chest Pocket on Wearer's Left
  • One Internal Chest Pocket on Wearer's Right
  • Custom BMC Shank Buttons at Center Front and Cuffs
Materials
  • 100% Cotton Indigo-Dyed Pick Stitch
Origin
  • Made in China
Care
  • Machine Wash Cold Gentle Cycle Separately
  • Do Not Bleach
  • Hang Dry
  • Warm Iron If Needed
  • Indigo: Due the the nature of indigo dye, color bleeding is normal. Wash and wear carefully until bleeding subsides. Avoid rubbing against lighter fabrics and wash separately for the first few washes (use for both indigo chore coats)