Eat Dust 673B Denim Jacket

This denim jacket is heavy duty. Eat Dust make clothing for functionality over fashion and this is a shining example of this, and with only 60 of these made, we thought it best to give you a detailed look at this quality piece of denim outerwear.

The 673B denim jacket from Eat Dust is based around a worker jacket made out of 131/4oz double ring Japanese indigo blue selvedge denim – very hard wearing and lasting, coupled with the extra warmth from the dead stock Belgium army wool used to line the jacket. Details riddle this jacket and are found through out, including reinforced hip pockets featuring Eat Dusts signature Z bar stitch. This stitch can also be found on the single breast pocket, which also features contrast stitching highlighting the detail. The final touch is the corduroy collar, finishing off the jacket nicely.

As mentioned, only 60 of these have been made, making this a must have for denim heads. Available for £245 now from The Garbstore.

Jamie Szulc

One of three co-founders of THE DAILY STREET, Jamie specialises in menswear and is currently Footwear Account Manager at Fred Perry.

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Comments

  • http://www.thatsexage.blogspot.com C-Stylez

    Is it still “street-wear” when the prices are haute couture?

    £245 for a denim jacket..?

    Come on guys. 1% of your target demographic can afford (or are willing to pay that much) this isht.

  • Synamatix

    C-Stylez, please don’t think that we’re claiming this is streetwear, or in the same price region as the majority of streetwear. We don’t just cover streetwear here at The Daily Street. This would most likely be classed as Menswear.

  • Ckelly82

    Great looking jacket! It’s a nice spin on classics like the carharrt workwear ! Corduroy coller is a nice contrast, just not sure on that front pocket! I think it reminds me of either eclipse jeans that were around 18 years ago or all saints jeans.

  • bluedays

    @Ckelly82
    The stitching on the front pocket represent a bike handlebar.
    Eat Dust is founded by biker enthusiasts from Belgium.