Dubbleware is an icon of American blue collar workwear. Founded in 1924 in Boston, Mass, the brand quickly became synonymous with producing beautiful and hard wearing coveralls, jackets and work trousers for the blue collar employees of the New England area.
As the the growth of the industrial sector was so rapid, more railroads and transport was built from Boston to New York, meaning someone had to provide quality uniforms for the textile industry and the railroad company building the links. Dubbleware was that brand.
. Part of our AW23 "Boston and Maine Railroad' collection.
. Based on the cold weather layering shirts worn by railroad men during the 20's and 30's.
. Made with a brushed recycled polyester fabric.
. Internal onion stitch quilting for a warmer feel.
. Barrel snap buttons for extra durability.
. The perfect Shacket! wear as a jacket in the autumn, and as a layering piece in the coldest months.
. The sizing is NORMAL, please take your normal size.