Classic Chore Coat from California's Railcar Fine Goods. Made in USA.
New unisex Railcar Italian natural oatmeal brown warp now available! The new 12 ounce denim fabric is soft and pliable and will drape within a couple of days of wear. The Railcar Chore Coat was drafted to have that classic Americana styling but with a modern fit and finish. Railcar branded and made in the USA in our small workshop in California to bring all aspects of production to the Railcar standard.
Sizing: We recommend sizing the coat to your normally bought jacket or coat size for a fitted look.
Style: Oatmeal Chore Coat
Fabric: 12 ounce medium weight Italian natural oatmeal brown warp
Hardware: Railcar branded, made in USA, branded donut buttons and washer burr rivets
Construction: Flat felled seams, shell edge stitching detail
"Every aspect of our operation in our El Monte, CA workshop revolves around using our small team of sewers and leather workers to build a product using the highest quality raw materials available that will stand the test of time. Everything is built from start to finish to ensure longevity. We know, because we wear them every day.
Unlike most other denim and clothing companies, every stage of our manufacturing takes place in-house at our workshop. From the beginning when company founder Steven Dang first started building garments, he found that using a large factory for production led to inconsistent quality and errors due to the numerous other brands being sewn simultaneously. He found that the only way to truly stand behind his products was to build every garment in-house from start to finish. Years later, we still believe this to hold true. We would rather take the hard road if it means that we can guarantee the quality and specifications on everything that leaves our shop. Every Railcar Fine Goods pant, jacket, shirt, and leather item was designed, cut, and assembled by our small team using manual and vintage machinery. This allows us to offer you the best service possible, since you are dealing directly with the people building your garment."