WWII-Inspired Denim Jacket? Roger That.

By The Editors
August 21, 2015 9:00 am

Denim, like Chicago, is the stuff of blue-collar men.

Rugged. Versatile. Timeless.

Case in point: the very handsome Denim Ike Jacket, Stock Manufacturing Co.’s fresh update on the standard-issue British battle dress jacket of WWII.

The cut’s classic machismo — handmade in Chicago with a trim iconic bomber fit and clean understated lines — will look good thrown over a simple white T or patterned button-down.

It’s a standout piece from the Phantom Collection, Stock’s latest collaboration with New York designer-you-should-know Jon Contino.

The man’s known for his distinct hand-drawn lettering style, which you can find on his personal line of goods or collaborations with vintage connoisseurs like Ebbets Field Flannels and Ft. Lonesome.

Consider that good company.

The Ike Jacket is available in dark denim or khaki, and pairs nicely with the Phantom Flight Pants — a natty six-pocket jogger with military-spec construction.

Because hey, even the bluest of collars can be stylish.

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