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Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo

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TCB - Cathartt Core Coat - Indigo. This time, TCB referred to a vintage Carhartt jacket from the 20s. It was a dream jacket for them, and they used details from their own jackets mixed with everything they know about the ones from an earlier time frame. This piece is developed from a super rare Master Cloth chore coat that had the heart-shaped tag only available until the 20s. They've used a relatively low tension weave for this piece with a 7 to 1 warp to weft count. This will lead to wild, raindrop fades! In terms of fading, this is dyed with 100% indigo dyes. According to TCB, at some point in history, they started diluting the indigo which gave garments a green tint as they faded. That will not be the case with this piece. This indigo has more blue than black tint to it for a light, royal color that is reminiscent of its origins (this is because they dyed the cotton fewer times in indigo baths to save cost). *To those who have other TCB chore jackets, The fabric is softer than the one of Tabby's Jacket or of Black Cat Jacket but the blue tinge is very similar to Tabby's. The twill line is much more visible on the fabric of this new chore jacket so the more vertical, so-called rainfall fade is expected.
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TCB - Cathartt Core Coat - Indigo

Re-Launching Tuesday, August 2nd at 1pm EST

This time, TCB referred to a vintage Carhartt jacket from the 20s. It was a dream jacket for them, and they used details from their own jackets mixed with everything they know about the ones from an earlier time frame. This piece is developed from a super rare Master Cloth chore coat that had the heart-shaped tag only available until the 20s. They've used a relatively low tension weave for this piece with a 7 to 1 warp to weft count. This will lead to wild, raindrop fades! In terms of fading, this is dyed with 100% indigo dyes. According to TCB, at some point in history, they started diluting the indigo which gave garments a green tint as they faded. That will not be the case with this piece. This indigo has more blue than black tint to it for a light, royal color that is reminiscent of its origins (this is because they dyed the cotton fewer times in indigo baths to save cost).

*To those who have other TCB chore jackets,
The fabric is softer than the one of Tabby's Jacket or of Black Cat Jacket but the blue tinge is very similar to Tabby's. The twill line is much more visible on the fabric of this new chore jacket so the more vertical, so-called rainfall fade is expected.

  • 100% rope dyed indigo cotton
  • Square collar with a joint at the center.
  • Adjustable change buttons with eyelets on the cuffs and the collar
  • Set-in sleeve
  • Light blue bartack details
  • Low sleeve caps often seen on the garments of 20s or before
  • Patch pockets
  • Custom Cathartt woven labels and heart snaps

All the buttons used on this Carhartte Chore Coat are change buttons so that we recommend you take them off before washing. In case of breakage or loss of the buttons, we don't offer the buttons for free of charge. 

    PROUDLY DESIGNED and MADE in Kojima, Japan only by TCB crews.

    TAG SIZE

    S(36) M(38) (L) 40

    (XL) 42

    (XXL) 44

    PIT TO PIT

    21.65 22.63 23.03

    23.81

    24.01

    BODY LENGTH

    26.96 27.95 28.74

    28.93

    29.13

    SHOULDER

    18.5 19.68 20.47 21.06 21.85

    SLEEVE LENGTH

    24.01 24.6 25.19

    25.19

    25.59

    *A variance of +/- 0.5" is within tolerance 

    *All measurements are in inches and measured on a flat surface. Sleeve length is measured on the underarm from armpit to the end of cuff. Body length is measured from center-back of neck seam to the bottom of garment.

    *Fit Notes: This jacket is built with true vintage specs. It's definitely an oversized jacket and is built to wear with a relaxed fit. You could easily fit a heavyweight sweatshirt underneath if you go with your true size. For this shoot, Tommy wore a size 40 because it was the only thing available at the time. Tommy is our standard fit reference, and he would wear a 36 in all likelihood but could wear a 38 if he was looking for an room to layer. We’ve adjusted the size notations (s=36) to give you a more accurate picture of how roomy these are. Tommy is 5'10," 165lbs with a 40" chest. 

    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
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    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo
    Cathartt Chore Coat - Indigo

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    Two Cats Bandana - Yellow

    TCB - Two Cats Bandana - Yellow.

    You know we have a thing for bandanas! We've been waiting on a new batch to get us really excited, and these are that batch. They're filled with the brands namesake, Cats. For their ten-year anniversary they've made cookie-patterned bandanas in reference to the 60s-70s. The fabric is woven in Japan on vintage shuttle looms giving it selvedge on one side. These colors are custom-made for TCB, as well, with a discharge method of printing.
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    Two Cats Bandana - Green

    TCB - Two Cats Bandana - Green.

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    Two Cats Bandana - Blue

    TCB - Two Cats Bandana - Blue.

    You know we have a thing for bandanas! We've been waiting on a new batch to get us really excited, and these are that batch. They're filled with the brands namesake, Cats. For their ten-year anniversary they've made cookie-patterned bandanas in reference to the 60s-70s. The fabric is woven in Japan on vintage shuttle looms giving it selvedge on one side. These colors are custom-made for TCB, as well, with a discharge method of printing.
    $ 38.00 $ 28.00

    Two Cats Bandana - Red

    TCB - Two Cats Bandana - Red.

    You know we have a thing for bandanas! We've been waiting on a new batch to get us really excited, and these are that batch. They're filled with the brands namesake, Cats. For their ten-year anniversary they've made cookie-patterned bandanas in reference to the 60s-70s. The fabric is woven in Japan on vintage shuttle looms giving it selvedge on one side. These colors are custom-made for TCB, as well, with a discharge method of printing.
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    TCB - Wool Lined Type I Jacket - Rinsed Indigo.

    TCB has worked so hard on this jacket, which made us want to support it even more. They've custom-developed this blanket liner, or should we say two different blanket liners, to repro this Type I as close as possible. The two front panels are a lighter, almost faded-looking version of the sleeves and back panels. We saw them wearing these beauties inside out, and it sunk its claws in.

    In this version of the blanket lined jacket, they decided to go with a type I that they realized was originally produced just before they changed to the Type I in 52. The two-tone wool liner is most likely a "batch-to-batch" detail which makes it an extremely rare find. It truly blows us away that TCB would go to these lengths of production to reproduce such an incredible detail. To create two different batches of striped wool is dedication.

    For the front body, the stripe pitch is wider and the color is lighter. On the other hand the back body stripe is narrower and the color is deeper. The yarn count of the warp is as follows: 20/ single thread and of the weft is 10/ triple thread.

    They decided to use our 30's fabric for this jacket. It's the closest to the repro, and they wanted to give customers an opportunity to buy what they consider one of the top denims they've ever made. The 30's denim is made of Memphis cotton and the yarn count for both the warp and weft is 8, making the fabric 12.5oz in weight. The single sleeve detail was by no means easier or more cost-effective and confounds TCB about the original. In true TCB spirit, they reproduced it anyway.

    We know there are a ton of details, but the hardware can not be missed. This slide buckle has been made of steel, plated with copper, then oxidized to get the black color. Then, they rub them with sawdust to get the matte look. It's freaking wild to be honest. This plating is built to rub off and get rusted in a red/black manner.

    This piece was a pre-order, and we think very few if any other retailers ordered it. We may be the only people on the planet who got access to this incredible, incredible jacket. They are limited and therefore, once they're gone...they're gone forever.