Product number: PD-007CA-S
PAYDAY "40's Coveralls"
40 The so-called "competition model" with high scarcity value that was simplified and manufactured in the era when supplies were controlled during the war.
Features black lacquer laurel buttons and simple double stitching.
Faithfully reproduces the 40's emblem type piss name, buttonhole, union ticket, flasher, and stitch work.
This item is made in Japan, such as coarse stitching using cotton thread and finely adjusted shoulder lines for Japanese people.
It is a piece that makes you feel the historical background of the time.
Uses denim fabric that has a unique luster and elasticity.
Hatchet has prepared unwashed RIGID.
Enjoy the change over time in your own unique outfit.
Length: 38/77 cm, 40/79 cm, 42/81 cm
Width: 38/60 cm, 40/62 cm, 42/63 cm
Sleeve length: 38/91 cm, 40/92 cm, 42/94 cm
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What is PAYDAY?
PAY DAY This brand was born in the United States in 1922.
A brand developed by J.C. PENNY along with BIG MAC.
Until the 1930s, he worked on extremely luxurious workwear. After that, as one of the chain store brands of a major department store, his coveralls, overalls, and engineer jackets with triple stitching and raglan sleeves are typical. known as an item.
The brand has disappeared in the United States, and we are currently planning and producing in Japan.