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TCB - 30's Apron - Indigo.

You may be asking yourself why Two Cat's Brand (TCB) is so special. Well, beyond all the obvious details, there's a story. This is a brand that truly does what they love. Most things have a rhyme and reason, but sometimes they just create what suits their needs. The vintage, reproduction inspiration behind the brand is clearly visible. They're honoring styles from the '30s-'60s with a few items dating pre-1900's. Sometimes they create fantasy or future (e.g. present) cuts that didn't exist in the past, but the bulk of their work is true reproduction. That's what we went with on this round. You may also be asking, why such a low price compared to other Japanese brands. This is due to the fact that everything besides the milling of the fabric is done in-house. There is no outsourcing for cutting or sewing. In Kojima, the denim capital of Japan sits their vertically integrated factory where they do: fabric cutting, single stitch sewing, lapping seam sewing, applying buttons and rivets, and much, much more. We are so excited to introduce you to TCB.

This is the coolest Apron we've ever laid eyes on. To start, they have a split leg that allows you to really work in them. The apron is built to get shit done. Well, this one actually stand-ups to that motto becuase it allows you to be mobile. To make it even better, they slapped on these beautiful green workwear bar tacks. It has a utility loop on the left side, and the icing on the cake is the beautiful green selvedge ticker running across the top of the pockets. Then you look at the sides and you see an orange ticker on the left and green ticker on the right. The details are absolutely insane.
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TCB - 30's Jacket - One Wash - Indigo
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TCB - 40's Cap - Charcoal Gray Duck
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TCB - 40's Cap - Denim One Wash
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TCB - 50's Jeans - Indigo One Wash
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TCB - 505 Jeans - Indigo One Wash
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TCB - 60's Jeans - Indigo One Wash.
TCB is getting more and more traction with each passing day, which makes getting product only that much harder. So, when we do snag some beautiful jeans like this, we get super stoked. The 60's jean is a 13oz exclusive fabric made of 100% San Joaquin Cotton. The more blue indigo and hairiness were a standard of this time period. One of the coolest nerdiest factors of this fabric is that it is produced in the central valley from cotton watered by the purest mountain snowmelt water. Details down to the paper patch being sewn with a good margin in from the edge of the patch so that it curls and rounds with time are what you're going to notice with time. They've even thought about how the old paper patches ripped with time exposing the dark indigo underneath to contrast the fades you've created. They really do it all to match as perfectly as they can the time period from which they pull their jeans. You can see, in comparison to the jeans from the previous decades that the jeans of the '60s have started to become more perfect. The 20 count core-spun yarn and chain stitch work throughout show that.
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TCB - Black Cat Jacket - Brown Canvas
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TCB - Black Cat Jacket - Denim - One Wash
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TCB - Black Cat Overall - Indigo One Wash
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TCB - Brandnews Paper Bag - Blue.

We were first drawn in by the cross-body construction of this bag. We've been trying to find the perfect open-concept newspaper bag, and this is the one. This round has a wonderful graphic too. What more could you need. Theres no story attached to the print, but we can only imagine that it's a repro of a bag they personally own and they've mimicked the branding to fit their own. We look at it as a "don't wash your jeans club" riff.
TCB - Cat Light Shirt - Black Chambray.

You may be asking yourself why Two Cat's Brand (TCB) is so special. Well, beyond all the obvious details, there's a story. This is a brand that truly does what they love. Most things have a rhyme and reason, but sometimes they just create what suits their needs. The vintage, reproduction inspiration behind the brand is clearly visible. They're honoring styles from the '30s-'60s with a few items dating pre-1900's. Sometimes they create fantasy or future (e.g. present) cuts that didn't exist in the past, but the bulk of their work is true reproduction. That's what we went with on this round. You may also be asking, why such a low price compared to other Japanese brands. This is due to the fact that everything besides the milling of the fabric is done in-house. There is no outsourcing for cutting or sewing. In Kojima, the denim capital of Japan sits their vertically integrated factory where they do: fabric cutting, single stitch sewing, lapping seam sewing, applying buttons and rivets, and much, much more. We are so excited to introduce you to TCB.

TCB named this a cat light shirt - cat light as in the cat's eyes lighting the way ahead even in the darkness. This comes as inspiration again from a shirt that used a locomotive with lights on for its tags. They've put that kind of jokey image on the woven tag for this shirt, which we hope you like, too. The cat light has become one of our best-selling shirts from its runoffs to its colorful bartacks. This black chambray version is a beautiful addition to the lineup.
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TCB - Cat Light Shirt - Denim
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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.
TCB - Dude Ranch Shirt - Denim
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TCB - Foreman's Vest - Rinsed Indigo.

These vests are based on a vintage engineer jacket that they've altered to make into a vest. They've redone the cut as the brand has grown to one that we think suits all sorts of outfits. This could be worn as super vintage or very contemporary. We love it over just a tee shirt. The bar tacks and brass snaps make this piece so beautiful. The utilitarian nature of the pockets is also a huge bonus for us. The bright blue 3x1 denim is a light weight 10oz, but is sturdy as any work vest out there. It also fades like a champ, as it's the same denim as their classic Tabby's coat (known for aging incredibly well.

The back dress length is shorter than the front by approx 10cm so that the back silhouette can fully show your jeans back pockets. These are recommended for those who want to boast about the wonky back pocket stitches on S40's model.
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TCB - News Paper Bag Denim
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TCB - Pleated Jacket - Indigo - One Wash
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TCB - Ranchman Shirt - Chambray Blue
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TCB - S40's Jacket - Black x Black - One Rinse.

*Due to the limited nature of this jacket, we are potentially the only US dealer of the S40's.*

You may be asking yourself why Two Cat's Brand (TCB) is so special. Well, beyond all the obvious details, there's a story. This is a brand that truly does what they love. Most things have a rhyme and reason, but sometimes they just create what suits their needs. The vintage, reproduction inspiration behind the brand is clearly visible. They're honoring styles from the '30s-'60s with a few items dating pre-1900's. Sometimes they create fantasy or future (e.g. present) cuts that didn't exist in the past, but the bulk of their work is true reproduction. That's what we went with on this round. You may also be asking, why such a low price compared to other Japanese brands. This is due to the fact that everything besides the milling of the fabric is done in-house. There is no outsourcing for cutting or sewing. In Kojima, the denim capital of Japan sits their vertically integrated factory where they do:

fabric cutting, single stitch sewing, lapping seam sewing, applying buttons and rivets, and much, much more. We are so excited to introduce you to TCB.

This jacket has all the dressings of the s40's jeans. It's kind of a lovely mess. The beauty in the S40's line is in the imperfections - details that only existed because of the impact of WW2. To start, you'll notice that the box pleats are misaligned. This detail is true to original and believed to be a product of two different seamstresses working on each side. On the cuff, you'll notice the outer stitch doesn't quite line up with the placket. It comes up about 3/4". They're not sure why this happened...most likely due to less skilled seamstresses. Whatever the case, they've reproduced it. The back cinch is cut in a square or rectangular style and features what they're calling a sketchy stitch. Again, all true to the original piece. The red tab is also higher on the pocket with these. And lastly, the unfinished steel buttons weren't common until WW2. No one wanted rusty buttons back then, but copper and nickel were banned from use. Alas, you'll have some buttons that patina like crazy. It's quite wonderful that TCB and their customers find the beauty in imperfection and the perfection it takes to create it.

The fabric is a 14oz denim, that after careful examination of the original was mimicked by using EMOT Cotton (Eastern Memphis, New Orleans, and Texas). This style of denim uses hard twisted, slubby yarns which allow the dye to only penetrate so far into the cotton during rope dying. This will be extremely important when fading as to achieve that vintage look. Nowadays, people want a deeper whiteness to the core of the denim for purity. For this jacket, and many of their other repros, they focus on keeping the core of the denim a more natural creamy color. All of this is woven on Toyoda shuttle looms in Kojima.

(You may notice all the details are the same for this pair. That's because it's built just like the indigo s40's with a black x black weft.)
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TCB - S40's Jacket - Indigo One Rinse
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TCB - S40's Jeans - Black x Black - One Wash.

*Due to the limited nature of these jeans, we are potentially the only US dealer of the S40's in Black*

You may be asking yourself why Two Cat's Brand (TCB) is so special. Well, beyond all the obvious details, there's a story. This is a brand that truly does what they love. Most things have a rhyme and reason, but sometimes they just create what suits their needs. The vintage, reproduction inspiration behind the brand is clearly visible. They're honoring styles from the '30s-'60s with a few items dating pre-1900's. Sometimes they create fantasy or future (e.g. present) cuts that didn't exist in the past, but the bulk of their work is true reproduction. That's what we went with on this round. You may also be asking, why such a low price compared to other Japanese brands. This is due to the fact that everything besides the milling of the fabric is done in-house. There is no outsourcing for cutting or sewing. In Kojima, the denim capital of Japan sits their vertically integrated factory where they do:

fabric cutting, single stitch sewing, lapping seam sewing, applying buttons and rivets, and much, much more. We are so excited to introduce you to TCB.

The best part of this denim, a reproduction of the 501xx, is all the minute details you wouldn't notice unless you had fully researched the original pairs. The first one is basically the entirety of the back pockets. To start, there are hidden rivets. You'll notice a wonky curve on the inner pocket stitch as it gets closer to the rivets. TCB's best guess is that this was done by a less skilled seamstress who wanted to give plenty of tolerance as to not hit the hidden rivets. Then, you'll notice on the bottom left of the back left pocket a stitch that overruns the edge of the pocket. This, by TCB's standards, would be a defect, and they would normally redo it. But, in this instance, they did it to mimic the original pair. On the right pocket you'll notice a tiny monkey stitch on the inner stitch.
TCB - S40's Jeans - Indigo One Rinse.
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TCB - 50's Jeans - Indigo One Wash.

You may be asking yourself why Two Cat's Brand (TCB) is so special. Well, beyond all the obvious details, there's a story. This is a brand that truly does what they love. Most things have a rhyme and reason, but sometimes they just create what suits their needs. The vintage, reproduction inspiration behind the brand is clearly visible. They're honoring styles from the '30s-'60s with a few items dating pre-1900's. Sometimes they create fantasy or future (e.g. present) cuts that didn't exist in the past, but the bulk of their work is true reproduction. That's what we went with on this round. You may also be asking, why such a low price compared to other Japanese brands. This is due to the fact that everything besides the milling of the fabric is done in-house. There is no outsourcing for cutting or sewing. In Kojima, the denim capital of Japan sits their vertically integrated factory where they do: fabric cutting, single stitch sewing, lapping seam sewing, applying buttons and rivets, and much, much more. We are so excited to introduce you to TCB.

For this pair of jeans, TCB referred to the vintage piece from the late 50's. This round is the 50's pants you know and love, but they've given it a futuristic slim fit. The same beautiful Zimbabwe cotton and details accompany this pair. They're super hairy with that paper patch and pale pink selvedge ID. These bad boys are also pre-rinsed so you don't have to worry about shrinkage. Always wanted a pair of TCB's but simply couldn't get with the fit? Well...these are that modern fit so many of you have been waiting for.
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.
XX Development & TCB - Sure Coal Bag - White - Medium.

This coal bag is a collaboration with Sure Manufacturing Company. The cat and star logo drew us in with that wonderful contrasting red stitch. We stayed for the 19.7oz fabric and the partitions on the inside. These bags are sturdy as they come.