The Train Jacket Natural Indigo


Railway workers were in great demand at the turn of the 20th century, after the construction of the first United States transnational rail lines. Worn by engine drivers, this kind of jacket first appeared at the time.

Natural dyeing from the "indigo persicaria", cultivated and dyed in the Vaucluse (France) by Couleur Garance.

This traditional dye is made by using natural products. As a result, the color is made to lighten when the jacket is exposed to the sun. We recommend you to put your jacket away from the sun.

  • Open overstitched collar
  • Buttons up with four molded brass buttons, evelet buttonholes
  • Double sewed round patch pockets, reinforced at the opening with dagonal bar tacks
  • Double-stitched round pockets, reinforced at the opening, with diagonal bar tacks
  • Right chest pocket with button flap
  • Cuffs with split, reinforced with bar tack stitching, adjustable buttoning with diagonal buttonholes
  • Double-stitched traditional chain stitching with 100% cotton thread
  • Back length : 70 cm
  • Fabric : 60% recycled cotton and 40% organic cotton, 295 gr/m2 woven in France by Tissus Calvet
  • Machine wash recommended upon delivery to soften and relax the fiber
  • To help you, Amaury wears a size M and measures 1m87. His chest circumference is 96 cm.