Sheepskin Cutworks Double Riders Jacket in Indigo
Sheepskin Cutworks Double Riders Jacket in Indigo
Sheepskin Cutworks Double Riders Jacket in Indigo
Sheepskin Cutworks Double Riders Jacket in Indigo
Sheepskin Cutworks Double Riders Jacket in Indigo
Sheepskin Cutworks Double Riders Jacket in Indigo
Sheepskin Cutworks Double Riders Jacket in Indigo
Sheepskin Cutworks Double Riders Jacket in Indigo
Sheepskin Cutworks Double Riders Jacket in Indigo
Sheepskin Cutworks Double Riders Jacket in Indigo
Blue Blue Japan

Sheepskin Cutworks Double Riders Jacket in Indigo


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  • The crown jewel of Blue Blue Japan's Spring collection, this gorgeous Double Riders Jacket encapsulates the Tokyo brand's mastery of the indigo craft. Made from supple sheepskin leather, this timeless jacket has undergone a transformative indigo-dyeing process that gives the garment a rich blue color with outstanding variation. With wear, the leather will crease and fade to a stunning antique blue color reminiscent of vintage Japanese denim. Fitted with minimalist details such as a single zip placket, two snap button collar, and a stripped-down design free of epaulets or zipper pockets.
    • Indigo-dyed, will fade with wear
    • Slim fit throughout body and arms
    • Soft sheepskin leather
    • Fully lined body and arms
    • Extra-large metal Universal zipper closure
    • Snap button double rider-style collar
    • Two hand pockets at waist
    • Metal Universal zipper cuffs
    • Shell: 100% sheep leather
    • Lining: 100% polyester
    • Made in Japan

    Please note: due to the nature of this product, each garment may differ slightly in color from photographs shown.

  • Model is 5'10" and 175lbs wearing a size Large.
    Size Chest Shoulder Sleeve Length
    Medium 38" 16" 24" 23.5"
    Large 40" 16.5" 24.5" 24.5"
    X-Large 42" 17.5" 25" 24.75"

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  • Blue Blue Japan stands as one of the most recognizable names in the Japanese fashion industry, having become synonymous with the craft of indigo since the brand's inception in 1996. As part of the Seilin Company family, the decorated label applies its roots in denim manufacturing towards a line of beautifully-dyed garments designed to get better with age.