Outfit of the Month (November 2015)

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Stevenson Overall 767 Santa Rosa: Straight fit with slight taper to it. Stevenson's attention to detail and craftsmanship with their denim is second to none; single needle stitching throughout and complete with hand curved coin pocket, back pocket and belt loops. 

Eastman Leather Clothing U.S.N. G-1 55J14 Contract Flight Jacket Brown: the G-1 was the successor to the original M422A, keeping the same high quality specifications, such as veg tanned goat hide and mouton collar. Still issued to this very day, the G-1 is seen as a status symbol within the Navy.

Pherrow's Sweatshirt Grey: a classic 50's style sweat that sits quite high on the body. Available in a range of classic colours.

Buzz Rickson U.S.N. WWII C.P.O Shirt Navy:  the Buzz Rickson C.P.O. (chief petty officer) shirt is constructed from 100 % wool-flannel. There are several variations with a different shape of pockets and frap but the buzz reproduction only has a left flap pocket on the chest with a cut off wing. Originally introduced as a lightweight and versatile shirt due to the fine wool used, it provided thermal protection against the sea salt and the rain. 

Red Wing 8882 Moc Toe Boots Indigo: Red Wing's iconic 6 inch moc toe boot constructed from beautiful indigo portage leather which pays homage to the blue collar workers who first adopted the boot in the early 1950s. 

Workers Riveted Short Tool Bag Ecru: recreated from an original work bag or sailing bag, they are highly durable and constructed in the same manner as years gone by.