Beautiful Curious Zoo


The first chore coats were born into hard labor in the 19th-Century made for railroad workers and engineers. Early chore coats featured three patch pockets to hold any tools required for the job at hand and composed of drill fabric and dyed. They were cut in a relaxed fit for ease of movement and layering in colder temperatures. For the warmer months, workers could flip the generous collar to protect their neck from the sun and unbutton the cuffs to roll up the sleeves.

-This is a unisex product made for everyone.
-The numbered edition, seen on the back left corner signifies each piece out of the limited production of the design.
-Please email us for shipping outside of the United States. 
-Each jacket is made to order so please allow up to 3 weeks for production and delivery.