A Real 1930s Workwear Dreem...
Design - This is a perfect example of vintage workwear. This fantastic jacket was made by the Great Western Garment company or GWG, Canada's premier workwear label since early in the 20th century. As far as design the jacket features a three button front (brown plastic buttons) a double breasted collar two large front pockets and a smaller breast pocket with a place for a tool or pen and an action or belted back. The sleeves have built-in cuffs similar to the sleeves of motorcycle jackets of the era. A great character feature is that the jacket boast faint markings left behind from whatever trade the original worker was in. This jacket is full of character and 1930s style and a stellar piece of workwear.
Material - white duck denim.
Maker - "GWG - Registered Trademark - Shrunk"
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*Please double all measurements except arms and length and shoulder
Arm pit to arm pit - 21"
Shoulders - 17"
Length - 23"
Condition - The jacket is in good vintage condition but comes with the marks of whatever trade the original owner was in. There are faded marks on the front bottom, back bottom and some on the sleeves. They are faint but they are still noticeable. It comes to you in clean, ready-to-wear vintage condition.
A unique piece of 1930s workwear to add to your vintage wardrobe.
Model - Lance Canales
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