Gold Rush Work Jacket

Gold Rush Work Jacket

Hello, this is Wami from the Osaka store.

October has flown by in a flash, and we are finally seeing mornings when it's impossible to get out of bed... (Is it too early??

Just two weeks ago, you could smell the scent of golden osmanthus when you walked down the street, but I'm shocked at how quickly the season has passed.

Recently, I've been drinking a lot in my private life...

I've been enjoying going on day trips with my regular customers on weekends lately.

Well, we have some popular items back in stock today!

Gold Rush Work Jacket

Size: 36(S), 38(M), 40(L), 42(XL)

It's been a while since we've had this in stock!

This original design by Dry Bones was inspired by various vintage work jackets.

This item was created based on the image of the denim jackets worn by gold miners during the Gold Rush that took place in what is now California in the mid-19th century.

Apparently the design was inspired by an image of a 19th century Carhartt jacket.

(Taken from the Instagram of Dry Bones CEO Sakemaru)

It's longer than a denim jacket but shorter than a coverall, with a tight fit, and I personally recommend it especially for petite people and women!

It’s very easy to wear and very useful.

Because of this, the smaller sizes tend to sell out first.

(I want one this time too! I wonder if I can buy it~~💦)

The rounded hem is classic and the round patch pockets are cute!

The left chest pocket is just the right size to fit a small smartphone (about the size of an iPhone SE).

The pockets are reinforced with rivets and the laurel rust-finished doughnut buttons give it a vintage feel!

The fabric is 13.5 oz uneven yarn denim.

This denim has a beautiful vertical fade.

In addition to this jacket, there are also pants in the Gold Rush collection...

Gold Rush Waist Overalls

size : 30,32,34,36


These denim pants were created based on the image of the denim worn by gold miners during the Gold Rush that occurred in what is now California in the mid-19th century.

These pants are made from the exact same fabric.

The stitching is the same color!

So it can be worn as a set.

I paired it with a classic band collar shirt and suspenders⭐️

As for pants, there is only one pair left in the 30 inch size!

There are only three 32-inch and 36-inch tires left, and they are getting scarce.

I usually wear the smallest size for Dry Bones pants, but this time I tried the 32 inch size.

The size is fine if you often wear it with suspenders.

It can be tightened using the cinch buckle, and the center back is V-cut, so there's no excess fabric that will rub against your waist and cause pain.

The thighs and other parts are also wider overall, so if you like a bulkier silhouette, you may want to go up one size.

You might think that denim jackets like these are most useful in spring and autumn, but they can also be worn in colder seasons.

You can also use it as an inner layer like this.

A knitted garment alone is easy for the wind to pass through, but by wearing sturdy denim underneath, you can instantly improve your protection from the cold.

This Cowichan is also cute.

There are no new knitwear items this year, so we only have what we have!

Cowichan Sweater "SEA BASS"

It can also be worn as an inner layer under a half-length jacket like this!

Shawl Collar Duffle Jacket

The indigo denim and bright red are a classic combination.

As I mentioned earlier, this is a popular item, so hurry up!

We look forward to seeing you this weekend!

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