SILVER HAMMER BIB OVERALLS
LATE 1890s ~ STYLE WORK CLOTHING
UNION SPECIAL OVERALLS
INDIGO WABASH STRIPE
|W30||94 cm||37 cm||32 cm||21 cm||83 cm|
Lowback style overalls made with the motif of 1890s overalls.
"SILVER HAMMER" celebrates the connection of the Central Pacific Railroad and Union Pacific Railroad, the first transcontinental railroad in the United States, at the Promontory Summit in Utah on May 1869, 5, at the opening ceremony. It refers to the silver hammer used to drive the gold spikes that were driven into the railroad as a memorial.
The non-transient manufacturing and commitment that is suitable for the recent work boom is a finish unique to Freewheelers.
■ The material used is the indigo wabash striped fabric that reproduces the real name of STIFEL, which developed the cylinder discharge printing method.
Light ounce and easy to wear, the indigo fabric is decorated with ivory-colored star stripes, and the aging that appears each time you wear it allows you to enjoy a beautiful vertical drop.
■ The elastic tape on the back uses the same heavy weight as that used for the suspenders that are familiar to Freewheelers.
■ The shoulder buckle of this product is an old specification, and it is a two-claw needle stick specification.When adjusting the length, pierce the cloth directly with your nails to fix it.
■ Washed products
Color: INDIGO WABASH STRIPE
Country of production: Japan
* Model wearing size: W32 inches Height 175 cm Weight 72 kg
Freewheelers product pants always wear W32 inches.Please choose the same size as the pants for this product.All branded products wear W32 inch pants.Please refer to it.
* The size is the actual size, but since it is a washed product, there may be some individual differences. It is just a suggestion.