Due to the scarcity of material during WW2, regulations were made on goods that required the standard five buttons to be cut down to four, and the two-piece sleeves to become one. The manufacturers at the time prioritised volume of production over consistency and uniformity. As a result, each item was unique; some even had two-toned rolled seams. 

  • 10oz. Denim 
  • Riveted Buttons
  • Made in Japan