Canvas Chore Jacket
1st Issue Chore Jacket.
If you were in the military, they’d issue you your field jacket. Civilian manhood also requires a jacket. This.
For raking and bagging things.
Driving the skid steer.
Digging holes with a shovel and a heap of gumption.
Looking as if you don’t need to hire someone to build the wood shed, carve that incredibly complicated jack-o-lantern (sans stencil), or change the oil in your 1971 Riviera. It’s no-nonsense in town too, for negotiating with the tax assessor or drinking a pint at the Station Bar.
Canvas Chore Jacket (No. 5866). Sturdy cotton canvas that’s been enzyme-washed for softness and a worn-in look. For warmth, it’s lined in a grey poly fleece with a striking navy and burgundy blanket stripe pattern. Four simple patch pockets at front. The pocket at the wearer’s left is smaller than the one at the wearer’s right (different items require different pockets; this will flummox everyone). Tailored shaping darts extend up from back sweep. Beat it up, toss it around, don’t ever leave home without it. Imported.